Besides being a successful winery, Tenuta Torciano has always tried to take care of even less fortunate people. This is because the experience of everyday life teaches us that we live well only if we give ourselves to others.

This is why we are always engaged in non-profit philanthropic projects, sponsoring fascinating fundraising events.
This year we raised more than $ 200,000!!! So many awesome and beautiful people have made this happen, including:

Gaston LeNôtre Scholarship
Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America, St. Louis Chapter
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS)
The Melissa Marottoli Hogan Foundation

Bishop Machebeuf High Shool
Marisol Women’s Services
The HeartRight Foundation  – 2019 Knights Charity Through Golf Tournament
DDSO (Developmental Disabilities Service Organization) – 2019 Knights Charity Through Golf Tournament
Bethel Woods
NM Museum of Natural History Foundation
West Essex UNICO Foundation
Pivot – Flight To Luxury
Fondazione Ant Italia Onlus
A fundraiser for the Arizona Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Fundraising for Lutheran High School

…and many other fundraising events or gala are coming for the 2020 season!!

Tenuta Torciano supports vital charity associations engaged in important human causes such as fundraising events for less fortunate people, respecting the environment, medical research and education. It’s just about being grateful for what you have and sharing it with others. When you see the words “to help any charity” you can raise money for any cause you feel passionate about, as long as it’s a US registered charity. Tenuta Torciano Winery supports US charitable organizations that bring together the most charitable Americans in major fundraising events.

For more information about our charity packages/vouchers, please send a message to: wineschool@torciano.com or call: +39 0577988134.

 

Organizations supported by Tenuta Torciano
Flight To Luxury Live Aution for PIVOT
Flight To Luxury 2019
Flight To Luxury 2019
2019 Champagne Chocolate Gala, Houston (TX)
Letter of thanks from Reeves-Reed Arboretum

 

 

 

 

 

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