Current programs of humanitarian help
The Foundation for Polish-German Reconciliation provides aid programs for Nazi victims which are well-tailored to their needs. A new challenge for the Foundation is acquisition of funds and a special support for those victims who have not so far benefited from any other aid program. The Foundation for Polish-German Reconciliation has been carrying out four humanitarian help programs:
Program of "Social and Medical Aid"
In June 2007 the Foundation for Polish-German Reconciliation initiated the Program of "Social and Medical Help"
"We do remember - You are not alone"
Program of humanitarian help of the Foundation for Polish-German Reconciliation and PKO Bank Polski for former soldiers of the AK Home Army (Armia Krajowa).
Care by voluntaries of the Foundation
The Foundation for Polish-German Reconciliation coordinates voluntary services, aiming to help the elderly people. Within this project, more than 20 people of different age take care of about 40 Nazi victims living in Warsaw. The elderly are mainly supported in their every-day life. This project is especially eagerly supported by long-term volunteers from German organizations, such as from the "Initiative Christians for Europe" (ICE) and the "Action Reconciliation and Service for Peace" (ARSP).
The Foundation for Polish-German Reconciliation distributes new or used rehabilitation accessories (e.g. wheelchairs or orthopaedic equipment) free of charge.
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