White collar boxing is a global phenomenon but completely unknown in Poland, until now. Julian Szumowski from Biznes Boxing Polska has raised almost a million złoty for charitable causes bringing businesspeople, politicians and even a priest into the boxing ring - to fight each other. Here the remarkable story in the latest #HeartofPoland.Watch Julian spring a nice surprise on our host Patrick Ney at the end. Did Patrick survive?!
Originally refitting offices and hotels, Artur Winnicki saw a lot of the furnishings going to waste and came up with the idea of helping the less well off. Establishing the I Want To Help charity, he and his team have now been quietly helping those in need for seven years.
The Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity (WOŚP) raised nearly PLN 176 mln (EUR 40.7 mln) during its 27th nation-wide Grand Finale for purchases of medical equipment for children's hospital, WOŚP leader Jerzy Owsiak said on Friday.
In a video published on Facebook, Jerzy Owsiak, the founder and head of the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity (WOŚP), announced that he "is going back to work" and will again be the chairman of the WOŚP foundation.
Just two days after appearing on the auction site, bidding for the 47-year-old orange ape’s creation has already reached 2,550 zł.
Last year saw a 15-percent rise in the number of people donating, with over PLN 761 million going to charities.
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The 2.5-year-old’s heart deformity requires surgical reconstruction of small pulmonary arteries costing the equivalent of 9mln PLN.
The Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity (WOSP) foundation collected PLN 126.37 million (EUR 30.16 million) for purchases of medical equipment for neonatal wards during its 26th nation-wide Grand Finale on January 14.
Eleven percent of the Polish public sacrifice time for social initiatives involved with helping children and almost 10 percent are active on behalf of the sick, elderly or homeless, according to a report by the CBOS pollster.