L'Altra Casa was restored in 2011 and was transformed into a music center for youth in 2014. During the afternoon hours, the youth Orchestra Sanitansamble conducts its lessons there, while on the weekends and during the free hours it becomes a meeting spot and activity center for solitary people of the district of Sanita.
The Recording Studio project was consolidated, leading to the creation of an association called Apogeo Records. The first project led to the creation of a CD and a video in collaboration with the children of the district. Apogeo Records supported the get together of a group of kids that was always playing in the streets in front of the church and created an activity group called Luce (Light). This activity group was involved in a musical training and participated in the writing of the lyrics for the CD and further in video shootings.
In 2008 L'Altra Napoli participated in the restructuring of the Catacombs of San Gennaro and the Basilica of San Gennaro extra moenia. In 2014, the number of visitors of the Catacombs reached 50,000. The overall increase in the incoming visitors since 2008 was greater than 300%. The Catacombs became a mandatory stop for tourists in the city. The social cooperative that manages the site, La Paranza, currently organizes not only guided tours but also numerous events dedicated to art, theatre, and culture. In 2013, the Catacombs organized the first diffused modern art exhibition in the city of Naples in collaboration with three other important museums (Museum of Modern Art, Archeological Museum, and Capodimonte Museum). In 2014 and 2015, Altra Napoli and other partners promoted an innovation and technology program with the Ministry of Education and Research. The project realized a series of site-specific digital installations in the Catacombs that were the basis of a new technological visit. All the activities stimulated the creation of new jobs. The number of people regularly employed doubled, reaching 15 people at the end of 2014. In 2015, the social cooperative was recognized as national best practice example and received the recognition and benediction from Pope Francis for excellence and inspiring results.
In 2014, a second Sanitasamble Junior Orchestra was created, composed of 46 children aged 6-10. L'Altra Napoli along with two private foundations committed to sponsor their musical education for three years. The first Orchestra will finish its activity in 2014. L'Altra Napoli is involved in finding opportunities for growth and employment for the young people that are interested in continuing their musical education through scholarships with the Naples Conservatory or participation in the management of the Junior Orchestra.
Bridge to Employment, a project started in 2013 in collaboration with the Johnson & Johnson Foundation, recruited 50 students from two schools of Naples to participated in a three year training. The aim of the project is to inspire young adults from underserved communities to stay in school, excel academically, and elevate their career aspirations to build a better future and achieve their full potential.
Una vela per sperare, in collaboration with the Naval League of Naples, consists of practical courses in sailing for children from underserved communities of the city. In three years, over 150 children participated in the course.
Napolixenia, a project started in 2012, is aimed at the restructuring of the monumental complex San Nicola Da Tolentino with the intent to launch a Bed & Breakfast in the structure. In 2014, a new social cooperative composed of six young people was created and the B&B activity started.
L'Altra Napoli is partnered with other associations, schools, and universities that are promoting academic enrichment activities, career readiness, and higher education preparation.
L'Altra Napoli founded the San Gennaro Foundation, which is dedicated to the protector saint of Naples, San Gennaro. It promotes the culture of giving and is one of the very few community foundations in South Italy. The scope is to 1) support bottom up initiatives that promote the cultural heritage of the district of Sanita and the city of Naples, 2) create social projects that grow better people, and 3) develop innovations that can foster sustainable change.