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We are helping to reconstruct a building where lives are saved

Filipiny infrastructure
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On the 8th November 2013 the Haiyan typhoon hit the islands of central Philippines. The mostly affected places were the island of Leyte and the town of Tacloban.

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Wspieramy remont Centrum Dziennego Pobytu

Gruzja infrastructure
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Ważnym zadaniem jest wspieranie tzw. Dzieci Ulicy w Gruzji w kierunku zmiany ich dotychczasowego trybu życia. Grupę docelową stanowią dzieci i młodzież w wieku od 6 do 18 lat, doświadczający wykluczenia społecznego, braku należytej opieki ze strony dorosłych oraz cierpiący skrajne ubóstwo.

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We are helping to build the Garrate bridge

Haiti infrastructure
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The Cavaillon river in Maniche cuts local communities off from a primary school, an outpatient clinic and fields where they grow crops. Everyday thousands of residents cross the water, 85% of whom are school-age children. A footbridge would make their lives easier, and would improve the situation in the region.  

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We have been funding child care in a camp for Syrian refugees in Iraq

Irak infrastructure
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Over 59 thousand persons stay at the largest camp for Syrian refugees in Kurdistan, Iraq.

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We are assisting the construction of houses in Cambodia

Kambodża infrastructure
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A project called Mekong Big Build was implemented after closing down a landfill in Stueng Meanchey in the year 2009. Homeless families that had lived off collecting rubbish were suddenly relocated to rented sheds in Phnom Penh.

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We renovated the school in Hovatraha with the help of volunteers

Madagaskar infrastructure
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The Mahatalaky commune in Madagascar is rather spread out and local communities are isolated from each other. The students of the local school have to cover up to 20 km a day on foot and they are the ones privileged, because there are many children who do not go to school at all.

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We support the construction of a bridge in Paso Real

Nikaragua infrastructure
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In September 2010 cyclone Matthew almost completely destroyed a footbridge in Paso Real...  

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We are renovating houses of SOS Children’s Village in Biłgoraj

Polska infrastructure
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In Poland, there are 78 thousand children without parental care. Extreme poverty, alcohol, or violence in the family mark the daily life of many of them. They grow up in fear, often beaten by others, hungry and devoid of security. They feel unwanted and unloved.

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We are creating the Zaczarowany Ogrod (Enchanted Garden) in a children’s hospice in Łodx

Polska infrastructure
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For over ten years, Gajusz Foundation has been assisting terminally ill children and their families in going through their prematurely shortened lives in a dignified and least painful way. 

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We are funding renovation at SOS Children’s Villages

Polska infrastructure
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Watch the 2nd episode of The Domino Effect   Having nobody who believes in you and for whom you are important is a devastating experience. Especially for children or teenagers. This is a dreadful vision! Hence, what SOS Children’s Villages have been doing is so precious and requires assistance. International organization Kulczyk Foundation decided to provide aid to the Villages located near Siedlce. We will finance renovation works and provide what all children love most, i.e. modern audiovisual equipment!

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In Poland we are helping fight cancer and give life!

Polska infrastructure
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Watch the next episode of the Domino Effect on Sunday at 11 am at TVN channel or online at Player.pl What is it like to fight for one’s life, at the same time expecting a new, unborn life growing in one’s womb? This is the greatest challenge ever. About 300 Polish women diagnosed with cancer every year are pregnant. Kulczyk Foundation, an international organization headed by Dominika Kulczyk helps to renovate an outpatient clinic for those who are combating cancer!

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We are installing solar kiosks in Togo

Togo infrastructure
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Solar kiosks considerably contribute to the electrification of Togo – a country where 75% of its population does not have access to electricity. The solar kiosk installation is accompanied by courses conducted by experts and addressed to individuals who are subsequently hired to operate the point. STAGES From the beginning of April of 2014, VZW BISZ installed 74 solar kiosks to improve the living quality of about 21 thousand people. The Solar without Border project has opened over 100 solar kiosks in Togo thus far and the organisation plans on installing 850 kiosks by the end of 2015.

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A playground for orphaned children of Ugandan soldiers

Uganda infrastructure
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The playground is a new area at the Karin Resource Center operated by Childcare and Development Organisation Uganda, a centre for orphaned children of former soldiers. With the support of Kulczyk Foundation, the organisation created another element of a safe haven for children victimised in the conflict and their families. The fun in the playground serves as an element of education and development, which thanks to the combination of therapy and games, helps rehabilitate the children and relieve their trauma. It teaches the children how to act with mutual respect and kindness and how to solve conflicts peacefully.

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We provide access to clean water in a village of HouiPhord

Laos infrastructure
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As over 35% of rural population in Laos have no access to clean water, they die of diseases which are not life-threatening in the Western world. Kulczyk Foundation donated funds to deliver a complex water and sanitary project that provides a solid system of providing and collecting clean water for over 500 residents of the village of HouiPhord. Under the project, sanitary facilities were provided in a local primary school. 

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Renovation of Casa Pinocchio children’s home in Romania

Rumunia infrastructure
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In 1966 the infamous Decree 770 was issued by Nicolae Ceausescu, pursuant to which women and doctors were jailed for abortions. Through this regulation, the then president of the socialist party wanted to rapidly increase the birth rate in the country. Yet the “side effect” were thousands of unwanted children referred to orphanages every year. Consequently, violence, hunger and poverty have marked the memories of almost 2 million children growing up at Romanian children’s homes. Today they are adults still struggling to overcome the traumatic memories from the past.

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We supported the victims of the earthquake in Nepal (2015)

Nepal infrastructure
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On Saturday, 25th of April 2015, in early hours of local time, Nepal was hit by an earthquake. The earthquake measuring 7.9 on the Richter scale and aftershocks over claimed the lives of 8 thousand people. In many parts of the country over 90% of buildings were ruined. As quickly as within 48 hours from the earthquake the PCPM’s rescue team was able to reach Nepal thanks to the support of Kulczyk Foundation. 

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We are assisting in Ukraine, helping people affected by the war

Ukraina / Polska infrastructure
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Watch this episode of the Domino Effect on Sunday at 11:00 pm or online at Player.pl Over 9 thousand fatalities, over 21 thousand wounded and over 2 million persons who had to leave their houses. This is the number of casualties claimed by the conflict in Ukraine. Other people return from the war and find it hard to continue their normal life after the atrocities they went through. Widows are struggling to survive in their predicament. Everyone needs help, in various areas. Kulczyk Foundation has been supporting great initiatives both in Ukraine and here in Poland.

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We support a documentary entitled “Aleppo. Notes from the Dark”

Syria support for education
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“Aleppo. Notes from the Dark” is a unique depiction of life in the city seen by its citizens struggling with difficulties of war. Harrowing journalist accounts of rescue actions following bombardments intertwine with considerations of the characters of the film.

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We are providing aid to children working in Bangladesh

Bangladesz support for education
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The first episode of the new season of the Domino Effect was recorded in Bangladesh. The aim of the mission was to support a Spanish non-governmental organization called Educo which for many years have been providing education to children, including working children. 

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We are providing education opportunities in Malaysia

Malezja support for education
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They are called the fish-people because of their extraordinary diving skills and the fact that they hardly ever leave the sea. The life of the Badjao people, residing the costs of Borneo and nearby islands of the Philippines, has been changing in a dramatic and irreversible way. 

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We help lonely and orphaned children

Etiopia support for education
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700 million women in the world today were married off as children. Child marriages continue to be a problem in developing and poor countries where one in three girls under 18 are forced into marriage.  

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We are supporting the future of children from Nepal’s prisons!

Nepal support for education
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In Nepal, an orphaned child is deprived of any rights. It is doomed to fight for survival on the street if other relatives didn’t have any heart for them. Could there be anything worse than that? The answer is yes: if a child’s parents go to prison. Then such a child has no future. 

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We help educate children to save Malawi

Malawi support for education
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Back in 2008, Malawi saw 10 people die in every hour of every day. AIDS caused the deaths of hundreds, thousands of locals, who left their children behind. Because of this, the fight for them to survive, to grow up, to gain a profession, and to realise that they can avoid infection is so important. Dominika Kulczyk’s international Kulczyk Foundation helps improve living conditions and education of the children of Malawi.

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We are supporting education of children in Thailand

Tajlandia support for education
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Development and Education Programme for Daughters and Communities in the Mekong Delta. This amazing organization is led by the charismatic Sompopa Jantraka. Forced to work as a child, he now is a social activist devoted to provide shelter and education to children who used to be inhumanely abused by adults. This is the dark side of the otherwise colorful Thailand. Kulczyk Foundation has provided support for the DEPDC. We are helping them help others!

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We are helping the victims of flood in the Balkans

Bośnia humanitarian aid
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The Balkans have been affected by the largest floods since measurements began 120 years ago...

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Together with volunteers, we are dealing with the destruction caused by the typhoon on Leyte island

Filipiny humanitarian aid
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On the 8th November 2013 the Haiyan typhoon hit the islands of central Philippines. The mostly affected places were the island of Leyte and the town of Tacloban.

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We donated space blankets to help save human lives in Greece

Gruzja humanitarian aid
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It weighs less than 100 grams but can help recover people who spent time in freezing cold. It costs only several zlotys but that amount really can work wonders. Kulczyk Foundation supports initiatives that make the world a better place. 32 thousand space blankets sent to the volunteers in Greece proved a success. Each of them was a chance to save someone’s health or in some cases even life of those escaping from the war in the Middle East.

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We are supporting a clinic for Syrian refugees in Lebanon

Lebanon humanitarian aid
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The aim of the project is to enhance access to basic medical care for a group of about 10 thousand Syrian refugees in Bire and neighboring towns. The activities undertaken here are to provide access to medical services, especially in the area of pediatrics and internal medicine.

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We are supporting PCPM’s Medical Team and its activities in Ukraine

Ukraina humanitarian aid
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In December 2013 the Polish Center for International Aid (PCPM) set up a medical rapid-response team in order to provide medical help to the victims of natural disasters and humanitarian catastrophes outside of the territory of Poland.

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Providing assistance to the victims of the Ukrainian humanitarian crisis

Ukraina humanitarian aid
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Please support us and donate at: www.wplaty.kryzyshumanitarnynaukrainie.pl The war in Ukraine has left many people without shelter, food or sense of security. Especially the elderly are in a tragic predicament. That is why a joined project by Kulczyk Foundation, Grupa Onet.pl and Polish Rotary International clubs is aimed at delivering food parcels purchased thanks to kindness of many Poles to pensioners from the Donetsk district. They account for 70% of the so-called internally displaced persons, i.e. those who left their homes but stayed in the territory of Ukraine. Their number amounts to almost 350 thousand, most of whom have been deprived of their homes and means of subsistence!

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We are helping deliver medical assistance to Laos

Laos humanitarian aid
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In Laos there are 2 doctors per each 10 thousand people. In many regions, especially in the mountains and other inaccessible places, there is hardly any healthcare available. One of such places was visited by Kulczyk Foundation. We providing funds for a project that will allow several thousand inhabitants obtain access to medical aid. 

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We are facilitating access to healthcare in Panama

Panama humanitarian aid
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Panama is a country marked by a serious social divide. One fourth of the society leave below the poverty line, without being able to have their basic needs met; for them, a doctor’s appointment is only a dream. Organization called “Floating Doctors” is trying to make this dream come true, reaching out to those in need. Whereas Kulczyk Foundation is helping out “Floating Doctors” by funding renovation works and the purchase of water ambulances, so that the doctors have a means of transport to get to their patients!  

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We help teach stitching techniques in Sainte Luce

Madagaskar microenterprises
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Sainte Luce is an isolated seaside village in the Anosy region in southeast Madagascar. It is inhabited by three local communities (Ambandrika, Ampanasantomboky, and Manafiafy), who mainly life off fishing and farming.

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Pomagamy stworzyć szansę rozwoju społecznego i osobistego osobom bezdomnym i społecznie wykluczonym

Polska microenterprises
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„Program Wspólnot jest pierwszym i podstawowym projektem Fundacji Pomocy Wzajemnej Barka. Wspólnoty skupiają osoby, bez względu na wiek i płeć, które trafiły do nich w różnych kryzysach życiowych: eksmitowane rodziny, matki samotnie wychowujące dzieci, osoby po domach dziecka, szpitalach psychiatrycznych, osoby opuszczające zakłady karne i wiele innych osób dotkniętych bezdomnością.  Wspólnoty tworzą grupy z reguły nie przekraczające 25 osób. Tak nieduża liczba osób umożliwia zawiązywanie się więzi społecznych. Każda osoba może stać się wsparciem dla drugiej. Domy Wspólnot działają na podstawie długoletniej Tradycji, która mówi o rozwoju osobistym, rozwoju Wspólnoty i rozwoju społeczności lokalnej, o abstynencji alkoholowej, poszanowaniu własności prywatnej, zakazie przemocy. W ażnym elementem życia wspólnotowego są spotkania Wspólnoty przy wspólnym stole, gdzie omawia się sprawy dnia codziennego, problemy, radości i smutki mieszkańców. Model Wspólnoty przypomina wielopokoleniową rodzinę. Wspólnoty określamy jako miejsca do „życia i pracy”. Oprócz aspektu społecznego, każda Wspólnota stara się posiadać własny program gospodarczy, tak aby być ekonomicznie niezależną. Zwykle są to małe farmy ekologiczne.

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Join Kulczyk Foundation in becoming a social investor in Zambia

Zambia microenterprises
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A unique social venture is coming! It saves lives and causes people to put away their weapons in favour of farming tools. You too can take part in changing the world. We encourage you to invest in beehives in Zambia.

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education

The issues covered in the TV series “Efekt Domina” (The Domino Effect) serve as the starting point for Kulczyk Foundation’s educational projects. The materials were prepared to provide considerable assistance in educating children.

The structure of this assistance is very specific. „Wiem. Czuje… Pomagam!” is the foundation for conveying an important message to students: despite cultural differences, different skin colours, different climate zones and different history, there is more uniting us than dividing us. We all want to be happy, we all have dreams, and we all want to develop according to universal human rights. This message teaches children to understand those they previously perceived as strangers, to feel compassion, and to gain understanding of the situations of others.

yellow plate

Dominika and Sebastian Kulczyk have dedicated PLN 4 million to the children’s nutrition program, which is carried out together with the five biggest assistance organizations in Poland. This is an unprecedented alliance in our country and the start of the first Polish social consortium on such a scale. Yellow Plate means one million meals for Polish children!

Our goals:

  1. More well-nourished children in Poland;
  2. Better and healthy food for children;
  3. Easier access to knowledge about healthy eating;
  4. Mobilization of adults to provide help with nourishing the children.
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The mission of this venture is to support projects of maximum effectiveness which have clear goals and measurements of success. The criteria against which the commission evaluates include the projects’s long-term results and its anticipated social change. The goal is to promote a wise approach to social initiatives. The Kulczyk Foundation cares about raising awareness of how important it is in social initiatives to build lasting mechanisms of change.



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Kulczyk Foundation

Kulczyk Foundation was established in 2013 by Grażyna Kulczyk, dr Jan Kulczyk and Dominika Kulczyk who gave the idea for the Foundation and became its President. The objective of the Foundation is helping the poorest people by supporting transparent and efficient development projects in Poland and abroad. Through education, Kulczyk Foundation draws the attention of people and enterprises to the fact that helping the poorer countries and communities is one of the important means of development on the global scale. The Foundation helps the non-governmental organizations to operate professionally, increase their effectiveness and expand operations. It delivers not only financial support but also the know-how to efficiently change the reality.

Because what matters most is the human being

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