A new Social Housing project for young Italians and foreigners who can experiment with cohabitation.
The Social Housing Project – San Salvario house – Un angolo a colori in San Salvario … profumi e sapori di casa – was inaugurated on 26th June at the parish of Saints Peter and Paul in Turin, Via Saluzzo 25/bis.
During the inauguration the keys were handed over to those staying at the house, where young Italians and foreigners will be able to experiment living together whilst acquiring autonomy in managing a house and sharing it with others for 18 months. Compagnia di San Paolo supports the project through its Housing Programme.
Taking part were the Bishop of Turin, Mons. Cesare Nosiglia, Don Mauro Mergola (Salesian parish priest), Councillor Sonia Schellino (Councillor for Health, Social & Housing Policies of the City of Turin,) and Francesca Vallarino Gancia (member of the Consiglio Generale at Compagnia di San Paolo).
Gallery - San Salvario House