Damiani "Gazzetta Sports Awards" Settebello Ring
Total raised: $68,530
The men's water polo national Italy "Settebello" team, 2019 world champion, is auctioning off a stunning Damiani ring to aid Cesvi in its support of the Papa Giovanni XXIII Hospital in Bergamo.
Damiani, exceptional partner and Designer of the Gazzetta Sports Awards, created and produced the prestigious awards taking inspiration from its iconic Metropolitan ring to bring to life the award destined for sporting excellences, according to the most authoritative newspaper in the sector.
The Settebello team awarded this ring as "Best Team of 2019" at the Gazzetta Sports Awards.
This unisex ring, specially created by Damiani, features a circle as a symbol of perfection and harmony, an image evocative of the Olympic Games, bringing together four circular elements made in rosé, yellow, brown and black gold in a single band.
Coronavirus Emergency: Cesvi supports Bergamo Hospital and the Elderly
The Bergamo area has been dramatically affected by the Coronavirus emergency with more than 3,000 people infected. The doctors and hospital staff at Asst Papa Giovanni XXIII are working tirelessly in a dramatic situation.
We can help them by giving aid to the intensive care unit of the Hospital. They are in urgent need of: ventilators, non-invasive ventilation devices, hemodynamic monitoring, hats, gowns and disposable goggles.
To cope with the emergency, Cesvi felt the need to do its part to protect the lives of the most vulnerable population in the area by taking action for the over 65s.
In partnership with the Department for Social Policies of the Municipality of Bergamo and in collaboration with Consorzi Solco Città Aperta and Ribes as a temporary business association, Cesvi is working to strengthen services for the elderly by increasing the availability of PPEs (in particular masks) and supporting vulnerable and isolated families as well as offering aid in health emergencies to cover basic needs.
In Milan Cesvi - in collaboration with the Cooperative Spazio Aperto and as part of the Milan Help of Social Policies initiative of the Municipality of Milan - has decided to take action to support the elderly population of the city. The "We'll come to you" project intends to strengthen and implement home-based services to support those over 65, with the aim of preventing marginalization and isolation.
Coronavirus Emergency: Cesvi in support of Bergamo Hospital and the Elderly
The Coronavirus Emergency is not slowing down, it's spreading throughout the country and continues to claim too many lives, especially in northern Italy. Bergamo is one of the provinces with the highest number of cases, and Lombardy the worst affected region with almost 35,000 cases.
In Bergamo the doctors and medical staff of the Asst Papa Giovanni XXIII Hospital are working tirelessly. The situation is dramatic. In a week's time the new Alpini field hospital will also be ready, a facility that will relieve the pressure on health structures that are at the point of collapse. Cesvi is supporting the Papa Giovanni Hospital to strengthen its intensive care unit through the supply of medical aid devices and specific health equipment (ventilators, non-invasive ventilation devices, hemodynamic monitoring etc), and is also supporting the new field hospital through the supply of sanitary materials.
To cope with the emergency, Cesvi felt the need to do its part in the protection of the most vulnerable in the area by taking action to offer aid to the over 65s, both in Bergamo and in Milan.
In partnership with Bergamo's Department of Social Policies and in collaboration with Consorzi Solco Città Aperta and Ribes as a temporary business association, Cesvi is working in Bergamo to strengthen services for the elderly, increase the availability of PPE (specifically masks), support vulnerable and isolated families or those experiencing health emergencies by offering services related to primary needs.
In collaboration with the Cooperative Spazio Aperto and as part of the Milan Aid for Social Policies initiative promoted by the City Council, Cesvi is taking action in Milan to support the city's elderly population. The "We'll come to you" project intends to strengthen and implement home-based services to support those over 65, with the aim of preventing marginalization and isolation.
In addition, in Bergamo Cesvi is lending its support to various care homes and city doctors through the supply of health protection devices and medical equipment.