Poland – Lunches during coronavirus pandemic

THE ISSUE OUTLINED

During the coronavirus pandemic and with limited free movement, The Kulczyk Foundation, along with its social partners, are running an initiative of providing food packages to children who take part in the Yellow Plate programme. Prior to the pandemic, the meals, financed by the Foundation, were distributed through state schools and care and education centres. Now that these institutions are closed during the coronavirus pandemic, this is no longer possible.

CURRENT PROJECT

Since mid-April 2020 the Foundation has been cooperating with British Primary School of Wilanow. Thanks to this cooperation meals are distributed every day to the homes of needy children in Warsaw and its outskirts. The meals are prepared in the school’s canteen by the school’s chef, who previously cooked meals for the pupils. The cooperation has a financial aspect – Kulczyk Foundation and British Primary School of Wilanow share the cost of the food purchases. There are other charities involved: Towarzystwo Przyjaciół Dzieci (Children’s Friends Association), Caritas of Warsaw – Praga Diocese and Stowarzyszenie “Serduszko dla Dzieci” (Association “Heart for Children”). Their employees identify the most needy children and their families. They also take care of delivering the meals every day with all necessary safety measures.

We invite you to support our project run along with British Primary School of Wilanow.

You can make a special purpose donation to our bank account: PL 92 1090 1362 0000 0001 2274 9213 SWIFT (BIC): WBKPPLPP (with the “Coronavirus lunches”) or use PayU

We will transfer 100% of the payments to the indicated purpose.

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