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The Di Liegro Foundation

Important documents

Transparency is a core value for us, and by sharing these documents and information, we want to show our commitment to operating with the utmost responsibility and integrity to strengthen and maintain the trust of the communities we support over time.

The statute

According to statute, the Father Luigi Di Liegro International Foundation onlus was established under the guidance of prof. Giovanni B. Conso on 21 June 1999, to keep the memory and thoughts of Don Luigi alive, through the carrying out of social activities aimed at promoting and protecting respect for the dignity of the person and the duty of solidarity and civic participation.

  • It was recognized as a non-profit organization by the Ministry of the Interior in 2000.
  • He has been a full member of the Italian Committee for the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights since 2005.
  • Today it is registered in the Single National Register of the Third Sector with the title of Third Sector Organization (ETS).
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We publish the list of public grants and 5×1000 contributions received by the Don Luigi Di Liegro Foundation, thus also fulfilling the transparency obligations required by law.

Annual Reports

Annual reporting of the Foundation's activities.

Public accounts

Annual detail of public contributions received and used for our activities:

Contributions 5x1000

Reporting of 5x1000 contributions and transparent use of donated funds.

Child Safeguarding Policy

The Father Luigi Di Liegro International Foundation (FDL) is fully committed to safeguarding the well-being of all children entrusted to its care. Recognizes the responsibility to promote safe practices and to protect children from harm, abuse and exploitation. For the purposes of this policy and associated procedures a child is recognized as a person under the age of 18. Staff and volunteers will work together to embrace difference and diversity and respect the rights of children and young people. This document (Child Safeguarding Policy) outlines FDL's commitment to protecting children.

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Listening, guidance and information for
Mental Health Problems.
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