was born in New York City from the dream of two men Mr. Giuseppe A. Cacchioli and Gianfranco Capitelli who wanted to keep alive the connections between Italian immigrants living in New York City and their hometown of Borgotaro.
GIUSEPPE A. CACCHIOLI
Valtarese Foundation (1923-2018)
Mario J. Gabelli
Father Mark Giordani
Giuseppe Cacchioli (1942-2004)
Robert J. Corti
Eugene Signorini (1920-2006)
Alberto Ferrari (1933-2017)
Stephen Trauzzi- MD
The Valtarese Foundation Inc., was born in New York City from the dream of two men Mr. Giuseppe A. Cacchioli and Gianfranco Capitelli who wanted to keep alive the connections between Italian immigrants living in New York City and their hometown of Borgotaro, a small town in the Emillia/Romagna in 1991. The dream became a reality and the foundation has grown to include members from many neighboring geographical areas.
The Valtarese Foundation hopes to maintain a cultural historical link between inhabitants of the valleys of Alto Taro and Ceno in the province of Parma and the Valitaresi and Valicenesi immigrants in the New York Metropolitan area.
In its efforts to develop and strengthen the relationship between Italians and Val Taro and Italo-Americans living in the New York Metropolitan area.
The Valtarese Foundation is committed to raising money to support its members on both continents. The Foundation offers financial assistance to medical facilities and assisted living areas and centers in the Alta Val Taro and the Alta Val Ceno. The Foundation also funds scholarships for students in Italy and the New York area who plan to continue their studies at the university level. In addition, each year, it proudly recognizes the personal and professional accomplishments of decedents from this region.
The Valtarese Foundation is incorporated under section 402 of Non-For-Profit Corporation law of the State of New York. On October 23, 1991 the Internal Revenue Service designated The Valtarese Foundation exempt from Federal income taxes under Section 501(a) of the Internal Revenue Code, as an Organization described in section 501(a) of the Internal Revenue Code as an organization described in section 501c(3). The IRS further specified that The Valtarese Foundation will be treated as a publicly supported charitable organization. Consequently, donations to The Valtarese Foundation are fully tax deductible as the federal, state and local levels.