SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

At Arcese, we believe that companies that can make a difference need to take concrete action to make the world a better place. This is why we increasingly invest in projects that share this mission and the values of solidarity and attention to individuals: a choice that has always guided the Arcese Group in defining its corporate strategies, together with the awareness of how much each of our choices can affect the society in which we operate.

KENYA PROJECT

Arcese's collaboration with Rosa Associati continues for the Kenya Project, a charitable initiative that - through sport - aims to ensure school education and new opportunities in the future for children and young people in the West Pokot district in Kenya’s Rift Valley Province.

ROAD TO NEW YORK

Sport and running as a means of achieving social inclusion and breaking down any barriers: this is the aim of the social initiative "Road To New York", created by Arcese in collaboration with Rosa Associati to enable five young people with Down's Syndrome to take part in the New York Marathon.

CESVI

Arcese and Cesvi together in organising the donation to support the "Oranges Project", an initiative aimed at the economic and sustainable development of the Maramani community, one of the poorest areas in Zimbabwe with over 32% of malnourished children.

BAZZONI

Arcese and the Spagnolli-Bazzoni Onlus association together for the care and support of women and children affected by HIV in Zimbabwe through the funding of the Harare centre to actively contribute to reducing the death rate and improving health conditions for as many women as possible affected by the disease.

CAF

Arcese, together with the CAF Association (Centro Aiuto Minori e Famiglie - Centre Helping Young People and Families) aims to provide the children of the Association's Elfi Community with a unique experience, offering them a holiday with the aim of reducing the sense of isolation and exclusion, while improving group dynamics, mitigating conflicts and enhancing their relationship with their educators.