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AC Milan’s Charity Arm Fondazione Milan Partner With Restore The Music UK For New Initiative

The club continue to expand their activities around supporting the local community.

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AC Milan via their website have announced that Fondazione Milan and British charity Restore The Music UK are delighted to launch Restore the Music Milan, a charitable initiative that aims to tackle educational poverty using music and sports.

The project replicates the successful model of Restore The Music UK, a charity founded by Polly Moore and Elliott Managing Partner Gordon Singer, which aims to provide a high-quality musical education to all children, regardless of their socio-economic background.

The initiative is now landing in Italy thanks to the donation of the Singer Family Foundations, the support of AC Milan and the guidance of its charity Fondazione Milan, which has been operating in the country and helping the local community since it was established in 2003.

The launch event, which was held today at one of the schools which will benefit from the donation - the Istituto Comprensivo Sant’Ambrogio in Milano - was attended by President Paolo Scaroni, Gordon Singer, Restore The Music CEO Polly Moore, the music artists Rkomi and Saturnino, and, via video message, the singer Emis Killa and AC Milan player Rafeal Leao.