N-and Group support children with health diseases this Christmas and over 2020

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Working in a responsible and ethical way is important to N-and. We do it in every aspect of our business. This year we have decided to further increase our social engagement by supporting children and young people with health diseases across countries where N-and Group have established a local presence.

“Whether it’s celebrated or not, Christmas is supposed to be a joyful time of the year”, says Tarcisio Vergani, President and Group CEO of N-and Group. “Unfortunately, for individuals affected by cancer or other life-threatening conditions, this period of time can be difficult. With our donation, we want to stand by kids and families, help them obtaining the assistance they need to let them know that they’re not alone in the fight. We want to help them to get the support they need”.

N-and Group’s contribution starts with Christmas and will extend over 2020, to grant a continued support and proximity to the beneficiaries beyond the holiday season.

In the UK, N-and Group’s contribution goes to “We Hear You”, a professional counselling service supporting people to manage the impact of cancer or other life-threatening conditions. Our donation is especially funding counselling to children, young adults in need and their families.

WHY rely entirely on donations to offer this service, as they receive no funding from public National Health System or government. If you want to get involved, please visit WHY website www.wehearyou.org.uk

In Italy, N-and Group’s donation goes to Fondazione ABIO per il bambino in ospedale, a charity operating in Italy since 1978, whose mission is to create an inclusive and welcoming environment for children and teenagers in hospital.

Our contribution supports leisure activities helping to soothe the trauma linked to hospitalisation in kids. In particular, we fund a special project to furnish the game room of the Paediatric Surgery Department of Papa Giovanni XXIII hospital in Bergamo.

If you want to know more about ABIO and how you could help, visit http://abio.org/

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