Every Breath Foundation to help Italian bars and restaurants

The British singer Sting announces the birth of a new foundation, the Every Breath Foundation, a project with which he intends to offer support to Italian bars and restaurants hit hard by the pandemic.  This was revealed by the singer himself with a post on Instagram together with his wife Trudie Styler, at the end of the "Win Race 2021" cycling race, a race for 20 "elite" cyclists between San Marino - where the English spouses have recently become ambassadors - and the Tuscan estate "il Palagio", where the couple produces wine, oil and honey: "This race is to celebrate our new union with San Marino and to launch an awareness campaign for our new Italian non-profit, the Every Breath Foundation. EBF will support the hospitality industry - bars, clubs and restaurants - which struggled to keep their doors open during the pandemic. " Details on the new project will soon be known: "In the coming days we will share more information about the foundation". 

It is no mystery that Sting, loved Italy and in particular Tuscany . The former leader of the Police, in fact, is an honorary citizen of Figline and Incisa Valdarno, where the Tenuta Il Palagio is located, that is the beautiful villa he owns, where he lives a few months a year and produces honey, wine and oil. The British singer, however, wanted to do something concrete for Italy, at a time of serious economic crisis caused by the Covid pandemic. Together with his wife Trudie Style, they announced, at the occasion of the Win Race 2021 - an elite cycling race in which great cycling champions such as Francesco Moser and Damiano Cunego took part -, the establishment of the Every Breath Foundation, a foundation that it will dedicate itself to supporting the Italian hospitality sector, which includes bars, clubs and restaurants. In addition to Tuscany, Sting and Trudie are also very attached to the Republic of San Marino since last April and that is why the Win Race track - in which 20 cyclists took part, who faced 160 kilometers and 6 hours of racing - started from there to get to the Palagio.

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