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Spending miles on services
Donate the miles you’ve earned under the 2008-2012 edition of the program to any one of the Charity Program’s eight Humanitarian Organizations, an initiative which allows you to offer your support, through the MilleMiglia Program, to those working to help the less fortunate. Please note that you have time up until June 30th 2013 to donate your miles from the 2008-2012 Edition.
Send an e-mail to clubMilleMiglia.firstname.lastname@example.org specifying:
- your MilleMiglia code
- your name and surname
- the number of miles you wish to donate (minimum 1,500)
- the beneficiary organization
You will receive an e-mail confirmation of your donation. Please note that you can only make donations if you have at least 10,000 miles on your account, and that the miles on the 2013 account cannot be combined with those of the 2008-2012 Edition.
For more information regarding the MilleMiglia Charity Program, if you are in Italy, call the Customer Center at 89 20 10 (for MilleMiglia members) or Customer Service at 06 65 644 (for Ulisse and Freccia Alata Members). Freccia Alata Plus Members can call the dedicated phone number.
In other countries, you can contact the dedicated MILLEMIGLIA MEMBER SERVICE.
|Ail: association for the fight against leukemia, dedicated to supporting research as well as helping patients and their families.|
|Associazione Comitato Aurora Onlus: offers support and assistance to children with Adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD).|
|Associazione Peter Pan: The Peter Pan Onlus Association helps children with onco-hematological diseases and their families at Rome's Bambin Gesù and Policlinico Umberto I hospitals.|
|Comunità di Sant'Egidio: is dedicated to improving the living conditions of the poor in 70 countries worldwide, and has been awarded the UNESCO Peace Prize.|
|Fondazione Banco Alimentare Onlus: works daily to recover and redistribute surplus foodstuffs free of charge charitable institutions that people in need throughout our country.|
|Medici Senza Frontiere: Doctors Without Borders (DWB) is the world's largest independent humanitarian medical aid organization, and has a twofold objective: to provide assistance to the poor, as well as to victims of natural disasters and wars, without racial, religious or political discrimination, and to improve public awareness of crises that have gone ignored and/or forgotten. Doctors Without Borders operates in over 60 countries worldwide. Founded in Paris in 1971, in 1999 the organization was awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace.|
|Operation Smile Italia Onlus, established in Italy in the year 2000, is part of an international humanitarian organization made up of volunteer doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals, who carry out humanitarian missions free of charge in over 50 countries worldwide, providing reconstructive plastic surgery to victims of severe facial disfigurements, burns and trauma.|
|Save the Children: is the largest independent international organization that's been working to improve the lives of children throughout Italy and around the world for over 90 years. The organization is present in more than 120 countries with over 500 projects dedicated to protecting children and their rights|