Funds – A long surgery, on Monday 27 February, for Marco Pannone, the young fondano attacked in the late evening of last December 2 at the exit of the pub where he worked as a bartender.
The doctors at King’s College Hospital in London informed his parents, Enza and Giuseppe, that the surgery went well conveying optimism for Marco’s condition. More details and developments will be known in the next few days, when the effects of the rather delicate operation can be verified.
Meanwhile, the Pro Loco Fondi Aps has proceeded to make a ninth transfer of 2,125.00 euros, in favor of Marco Pannone and his family members, and the total amount collected thus reaches 16,555.00 euros.
It should be noted that in this additional sum of money there are the offers given by the children and pupils, as well as piggy banks from other activities and direct transfers to the current account of the Pro Loco.
430.00 euros were raised by the pupils, parents and teachers of the “Don Lorenzo Milani” school in Fondi; 500.00 euros were instead donated during the carnival party, last Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 February entitled: “One for all, all for Marco” held in the premises of CandyLand, the nursery playroom managed by Daniela di Pinto who wanted to create a masked event obviously aimed at all children, where it is lovingly thought to donate half of the proceeds to support the family of fellow citizen Marco Pannone.
The solidarity tender for the collection of money also continues using the Iban registered to the Pro Loco Fondi Aps IT77M0200873971000102768396 association, indicating in the reason for payment: Let’s help Marco Pannone and his family.
For more information, you can contact the Pro Loco Fondi by calling 3297764644.
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