DONATION TO FAMILIES IN NEED IN BISTRICA OB SOTLI 19.06.2011
WITH THE VERY GENEROUS SUPPORT OF THE ITALIAN ASSOCIATION OF THE SOVEREIGN ORDER IN PARTICULAR, PRINCESS TANA RUFFO DI CALABRIA DAME OF GR. CROSS OF HONOUR AND DEVOTION OF THE ORDER OF MALTA OF THE DELEGATION OF LOMBARDY WITH ITS DELAGATE BARON GUGLIELMO GUIDOBONO CAVALCHINI KNIGHT OF GR. CROSS. OF HONOUR AND DEVOTION IN OBEDIENCE AND ALL ITS TEAM Visit to Bistrica ob Sotli of the Ambassador of the Sovereign Order of Malta in Slovenia, Prince Hugo Windisch-Graetz, the Minister Counsellor Prof. Alberto Bochicchio and the Secretary Matjaz Zigon with the very important support of Mons. Joze Plut, Chief Vicar of the Slovenian Military Chaplains and the local Father Damjan Parish Priest of Bistrica ob Sotli and the Major Franjo Debelak
DONATION TO FAMILIES IN NEED IN VINICA – SLOVENIA 24.01.2011
Visit to Vinica of the Ambassador of the Sovereign Order of Malta in Slovenia, Prince Hugo Windisch-Graetz for the donation of food and gifts for families in need. Thanks to the parish priest of Vinica and volunteers of the Sovereign Order of Malta, the Ambassador with the Minister Counsellor Prof. Bochicchio, Secretary Matjaz Zigon, the Knight Tadej Jacopic and and with the assistance of the Military of Slovenia, the delegation of the Order could give some time of joy to some of the most needy families in the area. The humanitarian aid of the Sovereign Order of Malta is known throughout the world and acts discreetly in over 160 countries around the world.
DONATION TO THE CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL IN LJUBLJANA 25.01.2011
The Ambassador of the Sovereign Order of Malta, Prince Windisch-Graetz and Minister Counsellor Prof. Alberto Bochicchio payed visit to the Children’S Hospital in Ljubljana to donate medical supplies in support of medical treatment of children. The Sovereign Order of Malta since 1000 years is a Hospitaller Order, founded by the Blessed Gherardo, took care of the pilgrims visiting the Holy Land. Since then it has committed throughout the world with its volunteers to help the sick and the poor. Last year, for example, with its own hospital in Haiti, which has remained unscathed by the earthquake, the Order was able to be among the first organisations to intervene to help the population.