Giving = Smiles
Throughout the year, the Italian Welfare League relies heavily on Nostra Famiglia and Nostri Amici to support Italian American children with disabilities. On #GivingTuesday, we encourage the participation of others across the country and around the world to choose the League’s I Nostri Bambini Program for their charitable contributions.
We encourage you to share the Italian Welfare League’s Facebook page and website with friends so they can see for themselves how the 97-year-old organization provided over 1400 children with medical supplies, treatments and equipment. . . making a difference in their lives . . ..one child at a time.
We thank those of you who participated in our extraordinarily successful luncheon in October. For those of you who could not attend, there is still time to consider supporting our mission. The IWL expects to donate more than $200,000 to children with cerebral palsy, autism, brain-injuries, cancer, Down Syndrome and learning disabilities this year. They thank you and we thank you!
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Italian Welfare League Board of Directors
Board of Directors:
Cav. Sabbia Auriti
Affiliated OrganizationsCalandra Italian American Institute
Center for Migration Studies
Columbus Citizens Foundation and Ladies Auxilliary
Italian Heritage & Culture Committee of New York
Conference of Presidents of Major Italian American Organizations
NIAF – The National Italian American Foundation
NOIAW – National Organization of Italian American Women
OSIA - Order Sons of Italy in America