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The number of students at the Fondazione Scuola di Musica “Andreoli” who will benefit from a scholarship to attend music courses for the 2022-2023 school year has risen to 35. The company Eurosets of Medolla, a leading manufacturer of biomedical devices, has in fact decided to fund five scholarships, in addition to those traditionally provided by the Foundation.

“At a difficult time like this,” explains the director of the ‘Andreoli’ Foundation, Mirco Besutti, “we try to help many deserving students who would not be able to access the courses. Thanks to companies that concretely demonstrate what ‘corporate social responsibility’ is, we publish a call for applications every year, linked to the family’s Isee income, to offer everyone the opportunity to make music, as is in the spirit of our institution. This year we have had an increase in applications, and the generosity of Eurosets, whom I thank from the bottom of my heart, allows us to cover part of the requirement”.

“Investing in projects that have an impact at a social level by creating opportunities in the area is a process that brings value to the entire system, particularly if the projects concern the new generations,’ comments Antonio Petralia, CEO, Executive Vice President and Technical-Scientific Director of Eurosets. ‘Eurosets’ claim is ‘Every life matters’, and so helping people by responding to their needs and offering solutions that improve their quality of life is an integral part of our mission, the driving force behind every company decision. We are pleased to be able to contribute to the personal growth of five young musicians, accompanying them with a small gesture in their passions and in the pursuit of their creative dream”.

The Fondazione Scuola di Musica ‘Andreoli’ has almost 1,300 students enrolled and involves another 6,000 or so students from the North Area of Modena in projects aimed at schools. In the last three years it has directly carried out 722 initiatives including essays, concerts and events.

According to a recent study by the Italian Association for the Promotion of the Culture of Cooperation and Non-Profit, the ‘Andreoli’ Foundation has a strong impact on the territory, measured in terms of the wellbeing of its beneficiaries and their families, its contribution to the social inclusion of pupils and students with disabilities, its wellbeing at work, its contribution to the creation and development of social cohesion and to the visibility (also international) of the territory and the promotion of an educating community.