We are a registered Polish charitable foundation, that helps children from all nationalities, who are resident in Poland, who suffer from insufficient family support for social, financial and refugee displacement reasons.
We address the social exclusion of children and their families, through providing support at our day houses, which replicate a family home.
Working with our own personnel and volunteers, we offer complex support – providing a ‘family setting’ in our homes, including meals and other ‘family-style’ events, educational services – including Polish lessons, psychological support, and information about available Polish government and non-governments services, grants and opportunities.
Various international corporates resident in Poland provide support to us – including Starbucks by providing cakes, coffee and volunteers – Renault, BNP Paribas, Rothschild&Co, Allen&Overy.
With us, children and their families gain security and confidence in their potential, able to determine their life goals and pursue them.
We are supported financially by Polish and international residents and are grateful for their support. [We are accredited by the UK CAF bank]
Please have a look at the various schemes we currently run. We will be very grateful if you take interest in our Foundation. If there is a post that you particularly like, please post it on social media. If you are able to provide us with financial support, we and the families we support, will be extremely grateful.
MIKOŁAJ’S HOUSE (Warsaw)
This house provides care for 16 children aged 7-12. Here, we take care to give children an equal chance in education and childcare and emotional and social matters.
Do you want support children in Mikołaj’s House?
PAWEŁ’S HOUSE (Warsaw)
This is a safe, domestic space for 18 teenagers aged 12 and above, who graduate from Mikołaj’s House. It is a place in which young people can develop and learn about the world every day.
Do you want support children in Paweł’s House?
MARYSIA’S HOUSE IN KAMIONKA (East Poland)
In a domestic space in Kamionka on a daily basis, 15 children aged 7-13 gain a sense of security, and learn to dream and pursue their dreams.