What I.F. people with disabilities could use their abilities to enrich their workplace?
Iniala Malta’s Chefs feel inspired after an eye-opening visit to Bali
Born three months prematurely, Zurae suffered complications at birth, which led to almost complete hearing loss. Her inspiring story proves that you can always choose to take the ‘dis’ out of a ‘disability’.
Semi-finalists for the Malta Social Impact Awards 2019 have been selected
After recently joining the company as Executive Chef and Head Chef for the soon-to-open Iniala Malta, Andrew Borg and Kurt Micallef have come to understand the impact of Iniala’s philanthropic activities during an eye-opening and inspirational visit to Bali earlier this month.
Inspirasia funds a much-needed research project on the Valletta community
Twelve social initiatives have been selected as semi-finalists for this year’s Malta Social Impact Awards (MSIA). The winners will be awarded up to €50,000 in funding, as well as additional pro bono mentoring and advisory services.
Making people's dreams come true
Inspirasia Foundation is supporting the Valletta Local Council by donating €15,000 to fund a research project that will identify the needs of the Valletta community. The results of the research will be used to create the basis for future projects that aim to improve the lives of the Valletta community.
Learning how to speak in a language that your donor understands
After losing all muscle function in his legs at the age of 20, Wahyu Diatmika became completely dependent on his family. Immobile and unhappy, he spent all his days and nights lying in bed or playing computer games in his bedroom. One year later, PUSPADI Bali found out about his situation and provided him with an appropriately fitted wheelchair, which gave him the chance to start his life over.
MSIA winners launch pilot project
A lasting relationship is built on a foundation of understanding. And it’s no different for relationships with your donors.
Enlight Foundation, one of the winning teams of the Malta Social Impact Awards (MSIA) 2017, has collaborated with Giovanni Curmi Higher Secondary School and the Richmond Foundation to launch a pilot project: a drop-in clinic that offers free psychological support to youths.