Created in 1996, in collaboration with Bracco Imaging and the municipal administrations of Bovisio Masciago, Cogliate, Ceriano Laghetto, Cesano Maderno and Solaro, with Limbiate added in 2018, to support the University studies of students resident in the municipalities involved
As part of progettoDiventerò, Bracco Foundation began, in 2017, collaboration with the University of Konstanz in the Federal German Republic to spread knowledge of the Italian language and culture among university and secondary school students in the area bounded by the cities of Konstanz, Singen and Rudolfszell where the largest overseas production site of Bracco is housed.
To support the training of young foreign radiologists, Bracco Foundation progettoDiventerò has reached Brazil with a partnership of excellence: the Paulist Radiology Society (SPR).
The “Piccolo” violin made by Lorenzo Storioni in 1793 is the subject of a complex and structured intervention with the acquisition, study, analysis, restoration and display to the public of a refined pearl of Cremona violin making, thanks to a partnership between Bracco Foundation, the municipality of Cremona and the Violin Museum as one of the activities co-ordinated by the Violin Making Cultural District.
Baranzate is a peculiar town with distinctive elements in the make up of its social fabric: it is the Italian town with the second highest concentration of resident immigrants (33% of the 11,000 population) representing 72 nationalities, concentrated in the Gorizia quarter. In this stratified social context there are some significant shortcomings in resources and services, which help make it a difficult suburban territory. Baranzate has an urgent need for integrated interventions to guarantee the younger part of the population access to resources useful for growth. Consider that 36% of families with children under six have one or more factors of social vulnerability, 40 families among those using services for infancy are in relative poverty and six are in absolute poverty.
Artainment@School è un progetto educativo realizzato da Artainment Worldwide Shows e Fondazione Bracco, d’intesa con l’Ufficio Scolastico Regionale per il Lazio, per la diffusione nelle scuole di un nuovo metodo di divulgazione del patrimonio artistico.
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.
In 2017 Bracco Foundation continues the cycle of meetings in collaboration with La Scala Theatre Academy dedicated to classical music. The three encounters were conducted by Maestro Fabio Sartorelli, lecturer in the history of music at the “G. Verdi” Conservatory in Como and lecturer in guide to listening at the La Scala Theatre Academy in Milan.
The Bracco Foundation, in collaboration with Positive Economy Forum San Patrignano, the incubator Speed MI Up and the investment fund Oltre Venture, launches the first edition of the call for start-ups involved in the circular economy with the aim of promoting the transition towards a circular economy in favour of sustainable growth through innovative business ventures, encouraging entrepreneurship among young people and spreading the positive values of the economy.
The economic crisis has highlighted the vulnerability of young people in the Italian labour market, swelling the ranks of the Neet generation and worsening employment and career opportunities even for highly qualified young people.