Raffaella Premio Volontario

For over 40 years, the ANT Foundation has been taking care of cancer patients, in their homes, thanks to a team of doctors, nurses and psychologists operating in the area.
In this ever more intense journey, we have had the privilege of meeting sensitive companies such as Yamamay, which has chosen to offer its employees and collaborators an opportunity to look after their health.
Fortunately, companies are increasingly more sensitive to the issue of Social Responsibility and to the impact that their activities have on business communities and on the local territory. The profound transformations taking place at a global level constitute for us all – businesses, non-profit organisations and the public sector – a key challenge on the role we can play and on the new alliances to be made to create innovative forms of welfare, truly inclusive for all and bearers of value for citizens.

Raffaella Pannuti, President of FONDAZIONE ANT


Commitments Initiatives SDGs
Wellness & Welfare
Ensure the well-being and improvement of the quality of life of employees and their families, through a diverse package of benefits.
  • Start of the feasibility study in 2021 and subsequent obtainment of the ISO 45001 certification in 2022.
  • A contribution was made to employees, taking advantage of the welfare support provisions introduced by the Government as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and welfare contributions, until December 2021.
  • The amounts relating to layoff benefits were paid in advance, starting in September 2020, to ensure that each employee could have financial stability despite the critical time that affected the retail sector.
  • Introduction of a Collective Accident Insurance Policy for all head office employees to guarantee them coverage in the event of permanent disability and death.
  • Contribution, starting from December 2021, to provide support during the difficult period characterised by the pandemic and to recognise the commitment and trust placed in the organisation. The contribution was offered to head office employees, as well as to point of sale employees, to be used through the Intesa Sanpaolo Welfare HUB platform, facilitating a good work-life balance.
  • Increased transparency provided by the INTICOM INTRANET for the dissemination of information within our community.
  • Support for the “Pink Ribbon” initiative, in collaboration with LILT, to promote breast cancer prevention.
  • Start of collaboration with the ANT Foundation (National Cancer Association), to allow male employees to take advantage of free andrological visits. At the beginning of 2022, on-site visits were also carried out for the prevention of melanoma.
Ensuring support for the development of the community. Support, including economic and financial, to the local economy.
  • Donations and sponsorships (e.g. support for local sports activities, participation in environmental protection campaigns, participation in initiatives for people in difficult conditions).
  • Collaboration with the Diana ODV Luisa Romano voluntary association in support of small associations and fragile individuals.
  • ISVI “The Italian Secret” focused on the dissemination of good practices and business values.