We are thankful this holiday season for
Food upon our table
A warm home for our family
to make the same possible for the needy in our community
On behalf of the Polish Assistance Board of Directors
and recipients of our assistance
Joy to the World
May the good times and the treasures of the present become the golden memories of tomorrow.
Wishing you lots of love, happiness and joy!
Polska Bratnia PomocRich in tradition, generous in compassion
Celebrating 61 years of providing assistance to individuals
who are at risk or in crisis due to poverty, mental or physical illness
Please support our mission
Every day we are thankful for the difference you make in their lives
and there are so many more that we need to help
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2017 Polish Assistance News
Our 2017 Newsletter answers your questions!
How do we choose our recipients and how are the funds distributed
How much assistance do we provide annually
Who are some of our recent recipients
What's the most satisfying part of being part of our organization
What is the hardest part of our mission
With many thanks to Nowy Dziennik for publishing
an article (in Polish) about Polish Assistance
Please help by donating!
Polish Assistance provides assistance to individuals in need primarily in the New York metropolitan area. The amount and size of our budget depends on your donations.
Once an applicant becomes our beneficiary, we are usually committing to his/her support for their remaining lifetime as most of our recipients have little chance for quality of life improvement. In most cases, these individuals are seniors with serious health issues that have no means of supporting themselves. We also provide assistance to patients in a “long term acute care hospital”, the city’s safety-net provider of healthcare services.
Polish Assistance raises funds through individual donations which go to support beneficiaries of our assistance. In some cases, we will do a fundraiser for an individual cause. Unfortunately, today elderly abuse has Janina Kokorudz’s face. Last year, Polish Assistance donated as well as assisted in collecting and distributing funds to the Diamond Street Fire victims.