The neighborhood Butler: concrete help for daily needs

Do the shopping and take it home, be helped with domestic services, have support in handling administrative procedures or simple everyday needs.

These are practices that the elderly and the weaker groups need.

For this reason, a year ago, the “Neighborhood Butler” project was born in Liguria: concrete help, free of charge, to support small daily needs directly in your neighborhood or town.

The project, financed by the Liguria Region, in collaboration with the Agorà association, is becoming increasingly popular in the various Ligurian municipalities. From Genoa to Recco, Camogli, Bogliasco etc ..

But how does it work? There is a fixed butler, provided by the Agorà cooperative, and then there are two or three butlers in rotation, which are employed according to the tasks to be performed; with a telephone request, the neighborhood butler is requested free of charge or at the counters / info points. Counters that are also a point of reference for welcoming and listening activities: a simple greeting or a chat that breaks isolation and loneliness. A priceless value.

For more information on this beautiful initiative and to consult the list of branches present in Liguria this is the link.

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