Alice for Children, the association that Mitsubishi Electric’s Italian branch has been supporting since 2011, continued its efforts even during the pandemic to get more children into school and to ensure women's health.
For the Special Olympics national summer games, the Smart Games 2.1, scheduled from 1st to 15th July 2021, the Italian branch of Mitsubishi Electric renews its commitment to promoting a more inclusive society together with Special Olympics.
The Susan G. Komen Italia association for the prevention of breast cancer
To give hope and to offer a better future to those who most need it
Alice for Children projects operate with the aim of launching programs in Africa that can guarantee adequate food and give an increasing number of orphaned children access to schooling, professional training and university courses; particular attention is given to the fight against HIV/AIDS, ensuring medical care for all project beneficiaries.
Our branch has been supporting for several years AVULSS - The Association of Voluntary Local Units Social and Health Services "AVULSS" of Agrate Brianza
Mitsubishi Electric has been supporting Brianza per il Cuore Association for ten years by supporting the project " Anche tu puoi salvare una vita " by donating an AED defibrillator to local sports centers and schools in the area.
"Mitsubishi Electric signs a new partnership in 2016 with Ai.Bi, a non-governmental organization, founded in 1986 by a movement of adoptive and foster families, which works to ensure that every abandoned child is guaranteed the right to receive love, warmth, family.
Mitsubishi Electric supports the PUPI Onlus Italia Foundation created by Javier and Paula Zanetti with the aim of offering concrete help to one of the poorest areas of Argentina.
Special Olympics is an international program of sports training and athletic competitions for 4,000,000 people, children and adults, with intellectual disabilities.
Mitsubishi Electric supports AIL, Italian Association against Leukemia, Lymphoma and Myeloma.
Mitsubishi Electric has been supporting the T.O.G. Foundation since 2013, with the hope of offering more children access to the Foundation's services.
The collaboration between Mitsubishi Electric and Dianova began several years ago, based on the common goal of putting people and their needs at the center of priority, in order to contribute to the development of a better society, of responsible citizens, where diversity, respect and human rights are an essential value.
For education, diversity represents a tool for enrichment, improvement and growth. Based on these principles and on the value of the uniqueness of each individual, a collaboration between Mitsubishi Electric and the Robert Hollman Foundation - a private, non-profit organization that provides consulting and development support tor children with visual deficiency and their families - has begun.