Which are the most vulnerable categories we took care of?

Most definitely those who lost their house but have a very good reason for not leaving these lands, such as breeders – fundamental to the local economy. Then there are those people who were fragile even before the earthquake: elderly people, people with disabilities, and children. Unfortunately, there are also children with disabilities. We helped…

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La Via del Sale Onlus Monthly Report – 10th month

We have decided to monthly report our work. To begin with Luca Ferrara, volunteer of La Via del Sale Onlus, responsible for the initiative “A Hairdresser for Amatrice.” In only 30 days we have: Delivered 6 prefabricated houses helping 23 people Established a 10.00 euro competition notice for local commercial activities Organized 3 charity events…

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Donate your 5×1000 to La Via del Sale Onlus

Thanks to your donations, we have put a roof over 60 heads, we have helped 10 agricultural holdings and organized several social events. We are 50 people all originating from Cittareale and Leonessa. We love Central Italy in a unspeakable way. Therefore, we act rather than speak! With your signature and by inserting C.F./S.S.N. 90075820572…

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To join the association means to contribute in helping recover, promote and re-evaluate the areas of the Central Italy affected by the seismic swarm started on the 24th of August 2016. Since the very first days after the earthquake, we have worked for the Central Italy: La via del Sale Onlus is nowadays very well-known…

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Six Months of Us: La Via del Sale Onlus

3.36 a.m. August 24th, 2016. It is 3.36 in the morning of a Friday of February, which finds us stronger and more united than ever. Six months have passed from that shock, from that noise, from that feeling of powerlessness. However, six months have passed since the beginning of a new story to tell: La…

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La Via del Sale Onlus: The association is founded

“La Via della Sale Onlus” was set up in response to the emergency brought on by the terrible earthquake of August 24th. The need to make sense of the widespread destruction of the recent earthquake moved many of us toward volunteering since the early hours after those cursed shakes. While everyone was watching images of…

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