Protecting and respecting the environment is a mission for the d’Amico Group. The environmental policy has a central bearing on the aims of the integrated management System of adopting international certifications.
All efforts are focused on preserving the marine environment from pollution and excessive over-use via participation in various projects.
The d’Amico Group is aware of the importance of its own role and constantly promotes responsible behavior towards the environment.
The Oceanographic Museum took the oceans under its wing more than a century ago. A stage for cultural exchange, it provides the setting for experience and know how to be pooled in terms of protecting the oceans, which are a fundamental part of our heritage. At d'Amico, the passion for the sea and its strong sense of responsibility towards it result in the attention that it pays to caring for the environment verging on the healthy obsessive.
d’Amico Group supports the Associazione Promotore Musei del Mare e della Navigazione Onlus to promote and to develop the cultural and environmental heritage of the maritime Italian tradition. The Association gathers companies and institutions operating in the shipping field and contributes to the growth and the expansion of the Sea Museum to realize events, publications, conferences and exhibitions.
d’Amico Società di Navigazione is partner of the Istituto Italiano di Navigazione. Founded in 1959, the organization considers itself a link between the various institutions and businesses to promote the development and spread of the technical and scientific culture of navigation and shipping (whether this be maritime, on land, by air or spatially) and to deepen the rights, jurisprudence, management and the economy linked to the sector.
The d’Amico Group has always been committed to sustaining events in favor of the protection of human life, scientific research and giving its own contribution to reconstructing and developing towns and cities struck by natural disasters.
For the d’Amico Group, solidarity is a moral obligation. It is committed to supporting charitable activities all over the world to assist the most needy populations and territories and significant attention is paid to children who represent the future.
The Save the Children Emergency Fund sets out to provide prompt assistance and aid to people affected by natural disasters and war. In working with the Fund, the d'Amico Group aim is to support children who need help and protection, providing food, water, shelter, care and education
d’Amico has launched d'Amico Ishima Sea Jewels, a project with the aim to organize for the spouses of d'Amico seafarers seminars and activities to promote information and understanding on health, financial and wellness oriented subjects. The majority of the spouses of the Filipino seafarers operating on d’Amico vessels stays at home to oversee the whole family taking care of their children in school, the house budget while their husbands are onboard on our vessels.
The goal of the Telethon Foundation is to speed up the process involved in finding a cure for rare genetic disorders by funding biomedical re-search. d'Amico group believes that its contribution, as a partner, will help sponsor the research required in order to find a cure.
The Fondo Malattie Renali del Bambino is an Italian non-profit organization with the mission to work for the prevention, care and study of kidney disease in the children. For many years d'Amico supports the Fund in order to ensure that children receive the needed assistance in order to enjoy a perfectly normal life.
The d’Amico Group, with the Ship-owners as honorary members, supports the Centro Internazionale Radio Medico (C.I.R.M.). The institution came about in 1935 with the objective of supplying radio-medical assistance for sailors on board ships without a physician, of any nationality and on all seas. The C.I.R.M. has its headquarters in Rome where it carries out free and continuous medical serves, 24/7. For almost 80 years, the Institution has assisted about 70,000 sick people and carried out no less than 800,000 medical telephone consultations, making the Center the most renowned in the world in this particular skill-set.
One of the most important principles of d’Amico Group is to promote orientation, education and professional development of its employees but not only.
By financing different kind of projects at various level of education, d’Amico contributes to growing paths in order to build successfully careers.
Founded by d'Amico in partnership with other major Italian institutional partners, Giovanni Caboto Foundation provides training for specialized technicians, offering post-diploma courses to those who intend to follow an international career in shipping.
The Student Naval Architect Award is presented to students studying naval architecture or related subjects at the Faculty of Engineering, University of Genoa, who achieve the best results in their final individual projects or examinations. d’Amico and the Royal Institution of Naval Architects co-sponsor this award with the purpose of rewarding the excellence in the field of marine engineering.
The Professional Master Program in Shipping at the IPE Institute (Istituto per ricerche ed attività educative), in Naples, aims to train professionals with specific expertise in the legal and financial field, especially in the shipping sector. Every year d’Amico offers a scholarship/project work to the most brilliant student in order to promote the professional training in its business area.
The Connecticut Maritime Association is a non-profit trade association representing people from all over the Shipping and Trade Industry in which d'Amico Group actively participates. The association was founded in 1984 and has more than 1,300 active members. The CMA organizes many regular events, at which are discussed relevant issues related to the shipping industry. d'Amico Group supports students intending to enter our industry, providing an award ì to the students who win the CMA Essay Contest, which invites University students to submit papers focusing on the shipping industry.
d’Amico Group supports since always arts and cultural events worldwide.
Moreover, its bond with the territory, the will to spread the Made in Italy brand in the world and its cultural background drive us towards the preservation of artistic, historical and traditional heritage.
d’Amico Group believes that its commitment makes the difference by promoting different forms of art.
The company also supports the world of art and culture in order to introduce social, cultural, economic and environmental topics to an ever wider public audience.
The Owner’s Cabin is a project created and sponsored by d’Amico Group with the objective of hosting artists on board its vessels for 14-60 days each. Through the project the artists will be encouraged to consider and reflect on themes and ideas surrounding international trade, local/ global interaction, travel, culture, time and space, so that once they disembark their work can bring consideration and continued discussion of these notions to a broader public.
The Grimaldi Forum Monaco, the benchmark for Monegasque cultural life, organises events which ignore the barriers between the various artistic disciplines. Beneath its roof, it welcomes ballets, concerts, operas, festivals and exhibitions. As a company open to such initiatives, d’Amico Group offers for years its contribution for the realization of the artistic exhibitions.
d'Amico Società di Navigazione is part of "I 200 del FAI", a group of generous supporters who, together with their companies, sustain the FAI - Fondo Ambiente Italiano in the mission of protection, care and enhancement of the historical, artistic and environmental Italian heritage.
Alongside the Foundation since 1987, "I 200 del FAI" contribute to increasing the recapitalization fund and financing important restoration projects and national events.
If today the FAI protects 58 properties, has over 170,000 members and involves millions of people in initiatives of awareness and protection of the most beloved places in Italy, it is thanks to and above all to "I 200 of FAI".