Tecnolegno supports the new generations, their talent and creativity; for this reason it has built a partnership with the Meroni Institute in Lissone and the De Nicola Institute in Sesto San Giovanni.
The fortunate meeting between Mario Nava, the founder of Tecnolegno, and Father Emilio Ratti, a Franciscan missionary doctor, took place in Africa at the beginning of the 90s.
The visitors of the Grande Museo del Duomo can now admire the great statue of “Maria Maddalena trasportata dagli angeli”, a masterpiece of Angelo Marini called “il Siciliano” which now, thanks to a restoration started in June 2014, is acquiring its original magnificence.
Tecnolegno supports 2NOVE9BIKERS CARE, a non-profit association which provides free medical and legal assistance to road accident victims and their families.
Tecnolegno has always shown a strong interest for the territorial needs and recently it has strongly contributed to the setting up of the “Associazione Dilettantistica Scuola Scacchi di Cormano (Cormano’s Amateur Chess School Association).