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Polish Center for International Aid another year of support for Ukraine 🇵🇱🤝🇺🇦

The escalation of the conflict in Ukraine, which began on February 24, 2022, has led to a huge humanitarian crisis, which is the biggest challenge in the history of the PCPM Foundation. It is also a challenge for all of us in Poland. For since the first hours, we have been helping as we can those from Ukraine who have found refuge in our country, but also those who have chosen to stay in their war-stricken homeland. A year ago, we were awakened in the morning by a phone call from PCPM colleagues in Kharkiv...

How does business support the PCPM’s actions for Ukraine

We are deeply moved by the involvement of multiple companies in supporting the Polish Center for International Aid (PCPM) work in the past few weeks. Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine started, we have received numerous offers from partners, who were willing to support our aid provided to people of Ukraine. This allowed us to scale up our projects. It’s time to thank You all for your great help!

Poland Emergency Medical Team PCPM and T-Mobile continue their cooperation

- Their dedication arouses our great respect, and cooperation is an honor - with these words Andreas Maierhofer, CEO of T-Mobile Poland justifies the support of the Poland Emergency Medical Team PCPM. The company begins another year of cooperation with the first Polish rapid response group for humanitarian crises and disasters.

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