Social Responsibility

In short - Sila, Miki and Agata:

The idea was born during the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic in Italy.
In Liod laboratories we were all busy producing masks, since the enormous demand from the market was raising.
At that moment, thoughts went to all the children who, very carefully, were listening to the adults, the television and everything around them, trying to understand what was happening.
To alleviate this situation, while still trying to face the problem in simple words, the author of the book decided to write and illustrate, with the collaboration of an expert designer, a small book, available in English or in Italian language.

This was also possible thanks to the sponsorship provided by LIOD.
This is how the illustrated book was born: SILA, MIKI AND AGATA - Three friends with one mission.


An adventure story that frames the fantastic drawings that portray our animal friends committed to helping humans. How? Well, it's only by reading the book that you'll find out...

For grown-up readers

Whoever wants to take part to the project, can go onto the following link to look for other books and send us a message on WhatsApp 0342.61.46.22 writing the title of interest. Working hours Mon. to Fri. h 8-12 and 14-18



1) MAPO association

The donations were entirely donated to charity
to the MAPO Onlus association (Friends of the Small Opera Association) of
Traona (SO), which takes care of welcoming children and minors in difficulty.
The initial project : Based on the amount raised,
the association has decided to use the funds to finance the
laboratories through the purchase of materials and tools useful for
functioning within them.

What we achieved: Most of the amount raised was used to support the costs of changing the boiler and installing it in the main building that welcomes children. Part of it was used for children's workshops (as promised).

Thanks to you, €3,140.00 was raised

In progress...


The donations will be used entirely to purchase a sofa-chair for the families who care for their loved ones hospitalized in Sondalo hospital (Valtellina).

€180.00 has currently been raised (updated Feb, 15 2024)