MAPFRE sponsors a music school for disabled children


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MAPFRE Malta represented by MAPFRE Middlesea and MAPFRE MSV Life has signed an agreement with the Malta Trust Foundation to support its latest project, Villa Bianca – a space where children and young people can experience music and the arts.

Villa Bianca, set up by the Malta Trust Foundation, is a specialist, non-profit provider of music sessions and music therapy for children and young people who may have little access to such artistic experiences. This center will explore music at its core, hoping to expand its services to other arts in the future.

Inauguration of a new musical and artistic center for children with disabilities

The agreement was signed by HE Chair Emeritus Marie Louise Coleiro Preca on behalf of the Malta Trust Foundation, CEO Etienne Sciberras on behalf of MAPFRE MSV Life and CEO Javier Moreno on behalf of MAPFRE Middlesea plc.

HE Coleiro Preca explained that “music has the power to support, enrich and even transform the human experience. Children with disabilities deserve access to the arts, especially for their power to enhance personal growth and development. Etienne Sciberras commented that “MAPFRE MSV Life believes that many children with diverse abilities will greatly benefit from having such musical opportunities and experiences”, while Javier Moreno insisted that “we believe that we must contribute to the good -being society and this collaboration will help children with disabilities develop more skills and find comfort in music.

Villa Bianca recognizes that all children and young people, even the most vulnerable, have unique abilities and ways to express themselves.

MAPFRE refers to MAPFRE Middlesea plc (C-5553) and MAPFRE MSV Life plc (C-15722). Both entities are authorized under the Insurance Business Act, Cap 403 of the Laws of Malta and are regulated by the Malta Financial Services Authority.

This information was provided by MAPFRE Malta.

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