The Venice Home

A unique place, in the heart of Venice designed to be the home of a movement of people helping people and to welcome an open network of individuals, organizations and institutions committed to the issues of development and social inclusion.

The Venice Home

The building - once home to the offices and residence of the Prosecutors of San Marco, senior officials of the Venetian republic - has housed Generali's offices since 1832 and is now open to the public for the first time in 500 years.
With the interactive exhibition A World of Potential, The Home of The Human Safety Net, offers visitors a surprising and unexpected journey to discover their strengths and connect with The Human Safety Net's programs, discovering how we can all make a concrete and positive impact on society. The Art Studio, on the other hand, is a space intended to host temporary exhibitions in dialogue with the permanent exhibition whose itinerary it integrates and enriches.

The Home of the Human Safety Net is also a place open to all our partners and likeminded organizations with similar values and programs, designed to become a catalyst for the ESG agenda in a city that aspires to become the "Global Capital of Sustainability".

Explore a World of Potential

A unique interactive exhibition

The interactive Exhibition is housed on the third floor of the Procuratie Vecchie. Half of the ticket price supports one of The Human Safety Net’s programmes of the visitor’s choice.