Solidarity and Social Inclusion

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UniCredit Foundation was founded in 2003 to pursue social and humanitarian goals.

Over the years the Foundation has been faithful to this mandate focusing its attention, through multi-year programmes, on specific needs that emerged in the communities in which it operated and carrying out initiatives focused on the elderly, young people and in general on the most disadvantaged sections of the population in the countries within the UniCredit perimeter.


Also the methodology followed and the initiatives implemented have evolved and changed over time, always guided by the driver of social innovation, intended as the development of new forms of interaction between the public sector, private sector for profit and non-profit, in the design of sustainable solutions that meet emerging social challenges.


As part of the solidarity initiatives promoted by the UniCredit Foundation, those in support of childhood play an important and increasingly central role.