Almo Nature will be donated to the Capellino Foundation

April 23, 2018
Signing of the deed of incorporation

July 27, 2018
Before the recognition by the prefecture, the Statute underwent several modifications, among which, was a substantial one that will open the Foundation’s assembly (the Assembly of the Objectives) to the people.

The Foundation has one single goal — that is to safeguard biological diversity and to protect dogs and cats.

From the January 1, 2018, and onwards, the profits accrued by selling Almo Nature products will be at the disposal of the Capellino Foundation — meaning that they’re at the at the disposal of animals and biodiversity.

Indeed, Almo Nature is owned by the animals (property of the animals and biological diversity).

As soon as the submitted application, including the established budget, is approved by the Italian tax authorities, we will be able to transfer all properties belonging to Almo Nature to the Fondazione Capellino. This has no further consequences for the profit * that has been accrued for the foundation since January 2018.

*what remains (surplus, balance, difference) after normal business management expenses are deducted from the revenue accrued from product sales

November 5, 2018

The Fondazione Capellino was acknowledged by the Prefecture of Genoa.

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