From coffee to suspended book: in Benevento an initiative born with an important solidarity purpose | NTR24.TV

From coffee to suspended book: in Benevento an initiative born with an important solidarity purpose | NTR24.TV
From coffee to suspended book: in Benevento an initiative born with an important solidarity purpose | NTR24.TV
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It is called the “suspended book” and is an initiative activated by the Benevento territorial node of the PFP Project – Personalized Training Projects with Educational Budget.

But what is meant by the term “suspended”? In Naples, in the difficult times caused by the world wars, the tradition of suspended coffee began to spread, that is, each person paid for two cups of coffee: one for himself, and one for those who could not afford it. The suspended book follows the same dynamic: giving, through a free donation, one or more books dedicated to students from Benevento who do not have the possibility to buy them in full autonomy.

The incredible gesture of solidarity of the entire territorial community towards families and students with economic and non-economic problems, to combat school dropout, is increasingly on the rise, especially in our area.

The suspended book was born, therefore, as an action of collective generosity in an era in which the possibility of being able to purchase minimal didactic material is not within everyone’s reach.

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The PFP – Personalized Training Projects with Educational Budget – of which the “Sale della Terra” Network is a partner, is a project selected by the “Con i Bambini” Social Enterprise within the Fund for combating child educational poverty, thanks to the “Notice of adolescence”.

PFP has 48 partners in 9 Italian regions – Calabria, Campania, Friuli, Lazio, Puglia, Molise, Sicily, Piedmont, Veneto – 11 provinces – Catanzaro, Benevento, Avellino, Lecce, Ragusa, Campobasso, Turin, Palermo, Nardò, Fondi, Venice – and involved about 100 classes in its own shares.

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