A special gift for CAF Onlus

The new car will be used by educational staff to accompany children while planned activities during the day are carried out

On Wednesday 27 February, at one of the Associazione CAF's residential care facilities, a ceremony was held to present the new seven-seater car donated by the Fondazione Milan. This will be used by educational staff to accompany children and youngsters while planned activities during the day are carried out.

The Centre, which specialises in embracing and taking care of young victims of child abuse and mistreatment, celebrated its 40th year of existence with a series of events. Leonardo, AC Milan’s Club Sporting Director, and Paolo Maldini, the club’s Sporting Strategy & Development Director and Board Member of the Fondazione Milan got involved with the celebrations. They were greeted by a a delegation of children and workers at the Association.

"Last week, Fondazione Milan, AC Milan's official charity, celebrated its 16th anniversary. We want such initiatives to be our basis so we can continue along a path which we are all very attached to. Through the projects of its Fondazione, AC Milan wants to contribute to social change," said Leonardo.

Fondazione Milan Board Member Paolo Maldini had this to say: "Again, we’re operating in our city with something that has the aim of being a vehicle to improve the quality of life for these guys. We believe strongly in the social value of football, it’s not just capable of making millions dream but it can also support projects which bring hope and strength to those in difficulty or living in disadvantaged situations."

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