The Human Safety Net turns 6!
Since its creation in 2017, Generali’s foundation has transformed the lives of over 325,000 people in 26 countries in Europe, Asia, and South America thanks to its global network of NGO partners and the engagement of Generali people and agents
Since Germany joined The Human Safety Net as its first country of operation in 2017, to 2023, when Chile became part of the initiative, Generali’s foundation has significantly contributed to making a tangible impact for some of the most vulnerable people in our communities: parents with children aged 0-6 and refugees striving to integrate into their host countries.
Today, we celebrate the achievements, commitment, and contribution of our The Human Safety Net Foundation and of all those who have taken part in this movement of people helping people to create shared value and make a meaningful and long-lasting impact for our communities.
Six years of community engagement
Since its creation in 2017, The Human Safety Net has transformed the lives of more than 325,000 people through its programmes dedicated to families and refugees, building a global network with 77 NGO partners in 26 countries in Europe, Asia and South America.
Today, The Human Safety Net is active in over 400 locations worldwide, but it also has a beautiful home to amplify its message: the Procuratie Vecchie, located in Venice’s St. Mark's Square, a 500-year-old masterpiece, opened for the first time to the public in 2022 when it became the Home of The Human Safety Net.
At a global level, the foundation operates through two programmes:
- The For Families programme, supporting vulnerable families during the first six years of their children’s lives;
- The For Refugees programme, offering them tools to become successful entrepreneurs or the training they need to integrate into their host countries.
Thanks to the global initiatives of The Human Safety Net, Generali, as a Responsible Corporate Citizen, is acting to unlock the potential of people living in vulnerable circumstances so that they can, in turn, transform the lives of their families and communities.