Here at BonelliErede, we have chosen to adopt 6 of the 17 sustainable development goals in the United Nations 2030 agenda for the protection of the planet and the well-being of all its inhabitants. We pursue our chosen goals daily through partnerships and initiatives.
- No poverty
- Good health and well-being
- Quality education
- Decent work and economic growth
- Sustainable cities and communities
- Responsible consumption and production
The UN underlines how much the term sustainable – once linked only to environmental issues – has branched out to include economic and social dynamics. We strive to be a sustainable organisation in every way, just as the UN intends it, and that means harmonising the three dimensions of sustainable development:
- Economic growth
- Social inclusion
- Environmental protection
The SDGs we’ve adopted:
Over 800 million people worldwide live in poverty – too many without access to adequate food, clean drinking water or sanitation.
Supporting communities to increase access to basic resources is essential if we are to eradicate poverty.
Good health and well-being
Good health is fundamental for sustainable development, especially in a world of growing social and economic inequality, fast urbanisation, and threats to the environment. Everyone has a right to adequate health care.
Quality, fair, inclusive education and life-long learning opportunities is vital for people to achieve a better quality of life and for sustainable development.
Decent work and economic growth
For economic and sustainable growth, society needs to provide quality jobs – that boost economies and don’t harm the environment. All those of a working age deserve decent jobs and working conditions.
Sustainable cities and communities
Putting resources to better use and reducing pollution and poverty will enable cities to overcome the challenges faced and go on to prosper and grow. We want a future with cities that offer everyone opportunities and access to basic services, energy, accommodation, transport, and a whole lot more besides.
Responsible consumption and production
This is about efficient use of resources, energy and sustainable infrastructures in order to guarantee everyone access to basic services, decent jobs that respect the environment and an overall better quality of life.
Job placement office for Ukrainian refugees
On 10 May, we opened a job placement office for Ukrainian refugees in Milan. The idea was devised by BonelliErede, ITA2030, and Cometa Formazione social cooperative, which supports young people enter the working world. The centre is open to those looking for a job and is accessible through shelRead more
Dynamo Camp – established and run by the non-profit organisation Fondazione Dynamo – is a free therapeutic recreation camp for kids between 6 and 17 who suffer from serious, chronic illnesses. The camp is also open to their families. BonelliErede saddles up for a good cause:Read more
Like all big organisations, we at BonelliErede have a responsibility to conduct our business ethically, starting with our own offices and consumption. We started by making small changes to create a greener workplace: recycling bins, biodegradable coffee cups, water bottles instead of plasticRead more
Save the Children
This non-governmental organisation works tirelessly around the globe to make sure children’s voices are heard and to help them achieve immediate and lasting changes. Volunteers for Education for a second year, our people have been actively involRead more
The Veronesi Foundation
The Veronesi Foundation was established by Umberto Veronesi in 2003 to promote scientific progress by awarding research grants to doctors and researchers and supporting high-profile projects. Since 2019, we have funded reseRead more
Franco Bonelli scholarships
Since 2017, BonelliErede has been honouring one of the founders of the firm, Franco Bonelli, by annually awarding two scholarships named after him to EU citizens with a law degree who are looking to further their studies at a European or US university (LLM, PhD or research for a book/article) iRead more
The Buzzi Foundation
The Buzzi Foundation was set up back in 1970 to support the Vittore Buzzi children’s hospital in Milan, its mission being to ease the suffering of poorly children and allow them to dream. To make their stay as comfortable as possible, the hospital has bright, colourful rooms andRead more
Cometa is where children and young adults who have had a tough time in life can grow, study, find work and learn through experience. Over 1,300 have been helped to date. It’s all about encouraging them to fully express themselves and bringing out their hiddenRead more
CAF is a charity that gives children and young adults who have suffered serious trauma in the family a safe and loving place to heal and the support needed to grow strong again. Our support to CAF helps advance their caregiving projects that are aimed at young gRead more
Our offices have taken steps towards more sustainable consumption: plastic food containers have been eliminated and recycling has been optimised. We are also working on increasing the efficiency of our lighting system, and we encourage people to work on digital documents to reduce paper waste.Read more
La Bottega di Quartiere
La Bottega di Quartiere (roughly meaning a neighbourhood workshop) was established to respond to the resounding call from Milan’s outskirts for a better quality of life and more jobs for the young. Our response? A Handy Helper service to give job opportunitiesRead more