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£70raised of £15,000 target by 3 supporters

    Weʼve raised £70 to help the Ciambottis to rebuild their shop damaged during the central Italy earthquake

    Location
    San Severino Marche, Province of Macerata, Italy
    Category
    Emergencies
    Time left
    Funded on Thursday, 1st December 2016

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    Story

    Central Italy has recently been struck by the worst earthquake since 1980 and the calamity has made many families homeless and jobless.

    San Severino Marche is one of the villages that has been damaged the most from the earthquake, and it was in San Severino Marche that Mr and Mrs Ciambotti started their own business, a local tobacco shop in 2004.

    As of today the Ciambottis are unable to carry on their job as the dwelling has been heavily damaged and compromised by the recent natural disaster.

    The damage is huge and the costs to bring back the shop to normal health and safety standards has been estimated for about £ 70,000.

    Please help Mr and Mrs Ciambotti to have their business back as this is their main source if income.

    Thank you.

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      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Nov 3, 2016

        Non molliamooooo!!!!!

        £30.00

      • matteob

        matteob

        Nov 2, 2016

        dajeeee Fra !!!

        £30.00

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Nov 2, 2016

        £10.00

      About the fundraiser
      Gianluca Cavalli

      Gianluca Cavalli

      San Severino Marche, Province of Macerata, Italy

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