Fondazione Italia partners with Sons and Daughters of Italy in America® (OSDIA) to offer 20% discount on classes to members

Apr 19, 2024 1048

Fondazione Italia, a leading Italian Language school both in the classroom and online, has announced a partnership with Order Sons And Daughters Of Italy In America® (OSDIA). All members of OSDIA are eligible for a 20% discount on any group class offered by Fondazione Italia, which include beginning to advanced as well as conversational, vocabulary and Italian for travelers’ courses.

The savings will apply to these classes for the whole month of April 2024. OSDIA announced this partnership on the April Issue of its newsletter “Questo Mese”. Members can register by visiting the Fondazione Italia’s website and use the promotional code provided to OSDIA members only. To become a member of OSDIA please visit their website

“We welcome the members of the Order Sons and Daughters of Italy in America with open arms,” said Paolo Miliozzi, President of Fondazione Italia. “We encourage all of their members to take advantage of this opportunity to not only expand their knowledge of the beautiful Italian language, but as a way to get closer to our rich heritage.”

In addition to offering a wide range of classes, Fondazione Italia actively supports Italian language programs in over 50 schools across the Western United States. This includes overseeing full-immersion programs, the promotion of Advanced Placement (AP) for high school students and the Italian California Subject Examination for Teachers (CSET). Fondazione Italia also organizes cultural events and workshops as well as annual trips to Italy.

About Fondazione Italia
Fondazione Italia is a California 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1998 for the purpose of promoting the teaching of Italian language and culture in the Southwestern United States. The organization receives grants from the government of Italy in support of its mission, and it works in close collaboration with the Consulate General of Italy in Los Angeles and the Education Office at the Italian Consulate in San Francisco.

Lorena Bignamini
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