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Can you pitch in? Fondazzjoni Wirt Artna appeals for help after taking a hit during COVID-19
Calling all locals!

Jillian Mallia

Fondazzjoni Wirt Artna needs your help! The Malta Heritage Trust is asking locals to lend a helping hand by donating whatever they can so that the self-funded charity can continue being an instrumental organisation that saves and rehabilitates more heritage sites - as it has done over the years.

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“As a result of the COVID-19 global pandemic it has lost all of its streams of revenue leaving it with absolutely no funds to carry on with its good work in running and maintaining its various heritage properties and museums,” they said in a statement.

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“As a result we need you to help fill the gap. Every contribution, however big or small, is valuable – in times of crisis and beyond. Please support FWA today with your donation,” they appeal. You can make your donation here.

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Fondazzjoni Wirt Artna is a self-funded charity that was established in 1987 and is part of the cultural heritage preservation and management sector in Malta. These guys do a lot to preserve our culture and history. A little help could go a long way!

10th July 2020


Jillian Mallia
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Jillian Mallia
A book lover, writer and globetrotter who loves exploring new places and the local gems that the Maltese Islands have to offer. An avid foodie and arts fanatic, Jillian searches the island and beyond for the perfect settings to write about.

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