In 2017 Bracco Foundation, in collaboration with CDI-Centro Diagnostico Italiano, is organising two exhibitions in the Milan clinic which has long been also a place for exhibitions.
Mind the Stem Gap is Fondazione Bracco’s Manifesto in support of access to STEM disciplines for women, overcoming gender stereotypes. Read, share and sign the Mind the STEM Gap Manifesto!
After the success of the first edition, Bracco foundation is relaunching as part of “Bracco for schools” the “Science hour!” Teaching project, an initiative aimed at teachers and students of middle and upper schools in Lombardy, Lazio and Piedmont to bring more science into society, starting from schools.
The book “10 voices for 10 years: Words that impact” is an original work conceived by Bracco Foundation to celebrate its first 10 years of activity, giving voice to the principles that inspire us in our cultural, scientific and social commitment.
The tree Christmas, a creative idea developed by Marco Balich and donated to the city of Milan by Bracco Foundation, brings during the Christmas festivities a moment of solidarity among the various souls of the city and of reciprocal support between quarters, involving companies and non-profit organisations.
On International Women’s Day Bracco Foundation presents the project in partnership with Panini Comics to recount to a younger public female science with a cartoon strip in the Italian weekly Topolino.
Also in 2018 – 2019 Bracco Foundation in collaboration with the La Scala Theatre Academy organised a cycle of encounters dedicated to classical music, conducted by M° Fabio Sartorelli.
Bracco Foundation in 2015 produced “Cinderella”, a new ballet that revisits a famous title in the repertoire, danced by the La Scala Theatre Academy School of Ballet to music by Sergei Prokofiev with choreography by the Director of the School, Frédéric Olivieri.
The performance opened the programme of the Piccolo Teatro
Rethinking welfare, giving a concrete opportunity: this is the challenge of the third edition of “Welfare what a business!” Ideas competition to reward and support the best community welfare projects.
To combat the growing spread of sexually transmitted diseases or infections (STD), due above all to disinformation, Bracco Foundation in collaboration with the CDI – Centro Diagnostico Italiano is starting in 2019 a prevention project in the city of Milan aimed at secondary schools, to encourage the adoption of responsible behaviour.