The Tomorrow of Autism and the special dinner on June 24th – Italian cuisine reinvented by Gordon Ramsay


«What do boys like most? Eat. Our adventure started from here”He says Alberto Brunettipresident of The Tomorrow of Autism Foundation, which since 2008 with this intuition has involved hundreds of children on the autistic spectrum. They are employed in a very nice hotel in La Spezia (Il Luna Blu), two restaurants (the Luna Blu at the 5 Terre Brugnato Outlet and La Casa Blu in Mandrignano), a pasta factory (Il Forno, in Lerici) and two bars: the Social Bar in La Spezia, and Bar Motta by Luna Blu, in Cinisello Balsamo. It is the latest addition, opened last January by a group of Milanese parents who, after learning about the activities of the Il Domani Foundation, replicated the experience thanks to a generous manager who did not hesitate for a moment in giving away his place.

Waves: on June 24th the dinner of the Il Domani dell’Autism Foundation

The next opportunity to taste – literally – the foundation’s enormous work is the “Onde” dinner which will be held on June 24th at the Canevaro Castle in Zoagli (Genoa). It will be the first major dinner organized by the Il Domani dell’autism Foundation, among the six organizations called to the UN stage just a few days ago during the annual conference on the rights of people with disabilities. «It will be an opportunity to talk about everything we did and experienced in New York, and also about all the projects we have in mind in view of the next G7, explains Alberto Brunetti. The entire proceeds will be used to carry out these projects: the foundation lives thanks to donations. In fact, there are many companies that have chosen to donate their products for this event and Castello di Canevaro itself hosts the event for free.

Who will be at the dinner

Brunetti – and the large group that carries out the foundation’s activities with him – has lined up the entire team for this particular evening: all 40 young people employed, on internships, or volunteers currently involved in the activities, but also other realities that have shown that Cooking is among the best ways to involve autistic children by allowing them to put their skills into practice. As the Tortellante, Therapeutic handmade tortellini workshop founded by Massimo Bottura and his wife Lara Gilmore.

Because cooking is a great way to involve kids on the autism spectrum

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