Springtime '85


E1a Total annual income of GP 2011/12
€ 1.500.000

E1b How is this made up?
78% of the turnover comes from the public sector while 22% comes from the private sector.

E1c Details of human resources
The 50 workers of the cooperative assist every day people with autism, mental or physical disability, elderly people with mobility difficulties and/or disabilities. At the heart of the cooperative is the Assembly of Associates, formed exclusively by stakeholders: families, professionals, volunteers.

E1d Details of technology
Technological instruments are required to run the goldsmith lab.

E1e Details of financial investment for start-up/early stage
None to date

E1f Details of external support
From the financial point of view, Primavera '85 can count on the support of an association constituted by the whole of the families of the users followed in the cooperative centers in order to start forms of collaboration and support of various kinds.

E2 If public funding were withdrawn, could the GP continue to exist?
The GP is, for a big part ,dependent of public funding but the crises maybe can improve the importance of their services to the private subjects and so Primavera '85 could increase its economic indipendence.

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