From ethical fashion to education, two stories of inclusion

From ethical fashion to the training of young people with disabilities. Progetto Quid and Valemour are two of the initiatives presented during ‘L’Oréal For The Future Day’, L’Oréal Italia event dedicated to environmental and social sustainability.

Anna Fiscale, founder and president of Progetto Quid, tells: “It arises from the desire to create job placement opportunities for fragile people in particular women who come from situations of violence, people who come out of dependence or imprisonment, asylum seekers or with disabilities who at Quid produce clothing and accessories from leftover or surplus fabrics from large companies. A good example of social inclusion “. The project has found” synergies on common values ​​”with L’Oreal and” for 2-3 years we have been in effect ethical merchandising suppliers – explains Fiscale – we are very happy with this collaboration. which allows us to move forward with our work “.

Valemour is a job training model for young people with intellectual disabilities. “It is a link between profit and non-profit world, born from the union of two words ‘worth’ and ‘glamor’ and over time it has transformed to become a business generator that was created to favor job placement of people with intellectual disabilities, “he explains Marco Ottocento, social entrepreneur and founder of Valemour. From 2017, then, the relationship with L’Oreal “which made available space in the Settimo Torinese plant to manage an order that was allocated externally”.