Fostering a sense of community and giving back have always been a core element of company culture at GasanMamo Insurance. The insurance company’s most recent partnership with local NGO Right2Smile, further reinforces its commitment to supporting youths and will go towards creating more safe, supervised environments for youths to meet with mentors. Here they will also engage in social and educational activities to empower them with a sustainable skill set.

The Right2Smile aims at creating a unique sense of community spirit nurtured by the dedicated volunteers and has developed the local mentor project into a global community providing responsible volunteering, in Malta, Cambodia, India and Kenya.  Each Right to Smile youth centre offers a different approach. The Malta Mentor Project focuses on extra-curricular activities, social and educational workshops and volunteer mentorship programme offering guidance for youths to achieve their goals, help mould their career path and raise aspiration. In a nutshell these dedicated volunteers are offering all children a level playing field with equal opportunities to an education and standard of living.

With the support GasanMamo is providing, Right2Smile will be opening two new Youth Centres in Valletta and Santa Lucija, which will provide more safe spaces, where young people can meet, collaborate, and seek support through mentors and the sharing of ideas.

“Supporting youths is one of our social pillars, and this pandemic has shown us that, now more than ever, local youth centres are needed to help rebuild the young community," said Julian Mamo, GasanMamo’s Managing Director.

“We hope that this partnership with Right2Smile will help provide a haven where children and adolescents come together to learn, express themselves and gain confidence.”

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The Right 2 Smile youth groups bring together young people and active citizens who volunteer to create spaces for young people in our communities to meet up, make friends, and give them the tools to express and explore their interest in a safe and supportive space

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