Eitan is the only 5 year old child who survived the tragic accident of the Stresa-Mottarone cable car in which 14 people lost their lives.
The little boy, as the doctors say "was saved thanks to the embrace of his father", is now hospitalized in a reserved prognosis at the Regina Margherita children's hospital in Turin where he arrived in desperate conditions.
In the accident - which took place on what must have been a pleasant and carefree Sunday in May - his young parents, Amit and Tal, his two-year-old brother Tom and his grandparents, who arrived a few days ago from Israel for a short holiday, lost their lives.
The child - of Israeli origins - resided in Pavia with his parents: a tragedy that affected all of Italy and in particular the Italian Jewish communities who, upon hearing the news, joined together to launch this fundraiser and guarantee a future for the little one left alone.
Eppela, as part of its commitment to hosting on the platform and promoting fundraising of projects of great humanitarian and civic value, will host the "HELP THE EITAN" initiative which will be managed with the "Keep it all" mode, that is, the way that Eppela Platform reserves only for projects with a high humanitarian impact, according to which the designer receives the sum collected regardless of the set goal.
Who's behind the project?
The Eppela platform and the Italian Jewish communities to guarantee the child a support fund
Project created by
Italian Jewish communities
Eitan - of Israeli origins - resided in Pavia with his parents and his little brother: a tragedy that marked all of Italy and in particular the Italian Jewish communities which, upon hearing the news, joined together to launch this fundraiser and guarantee a future to the little boy left alone.