MAPFRE Middlesea

MAPFRE Middlesea’s Chief Officers on Monday teamed up to prepare ftiars for the company’s staff, with funds going towards ALS Malta.

The initiative saw a number of the company’s executive team work on creating ftiras to support ALS Malta’s DAR Bjorn Respite project.

The project is dedicated to providing temporary accommodation for neurological patients when their family members are unable to offer care due to particular circumstances such as medical procedures. It serves as an extension of DAR Bjorn in Żebbuġ, and caters for people with severe neurological conditions like ALS and MS.

Through the initiative, MAPFRE Middlesea raised €1,000.

“A huge shoutout to our dedicated Chief Officers and our incredible team for making this event a huge success,” the post on social media read.

“Together, we’re making a difference in the lives of those in need,” it continued.

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From left: MAPFRE Middlesea Chief Operations Officer Keith Tanti, Chief Officer Human Resources Ines Silva, Chief Officer Marketing Ana Zammit Munro, CEO Javier Moreno Gonzalez, Chief Officer Technical Olivia Darmanin, Chief Risk Officer David Demarco, Chief Officer Commercial Boris Curmi / LinkedIn


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