On behalf of Pilot Training Helping Hand, I have the great pleasure to announce that, in accordance with article 2 of the Statutes of our Not-for-Profit Organization, 3 young students from Cantor Air, ATO flight school based near Bergamo, Italy, will receive a 1,200 euro scholarship each as a subsidy and encouragement for the continuation and completion of their training course.
The 3 candidates selected are: Sofia Mantelli (23 years old), Francesco Cerullo (19 years old) and Simone Belotti (22 years old).
It should be remembered that our initiative was able to materialize thanks to the generosity of a few donors and the work offered by our small team of volunteers.
I intend and hope to sensitize new donors, in particular those in charge of the flight schools who are not yet informed of our mission, to enable us to help an increasing number of young people in the years to come.
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