Providing food, shelter, comfort and hope to those in need in the Polish Community
On behalf of the sick and needy in our Polish Community, Polish Assistance and its Board of Directors thank you for your support
COVID has caused unprecedented hardship and hearbreak - especially among the vulnerable elderly who are sick and in isolation and in need of meals and other basis necessities.
Over 100 COVD affected families received food deliveries
30% increase in individuals receiving aid from us
40% increase in financial assistance
Details in the Newsletter
To all the frontline workers ! We appreciate you, we thank you - Dziekujemy - STO LAT
We are in this together
Sometimes assistance is about recognizing and supporting someone's extraordinary accomplishments.
Today we share with you Milosz's love of music as he is DEFYING AUTISM THROUGH MUSIC
October is the Polish american heritage month
“In October, we celebrate Polish American Heritage Month in the United States. Our Nation owes an immeasurable debt of gratitude to the millions of freedom-loving Poles who have come to our shores to build a new land. Polish Americans can be justly proud of the vital contributions people of Polish descent have made to our Nation in the arts, the sciences, religion, scholarship, and every area of endeavor. “The military genius of Kosciuszko and Pulaski was essential in the defense of our freedoms in the Revolutionary War. Since then, millions of Poland's sons and daughters have helped build our country's prosperity and defend our liberty.” Ref: From The American Presidency Project, Proclamation 5548—Polish American Heritage Month, 1986As proud Americans, during the Polish American Heritage Month we celebrate the contributions Poles and Polish Americans have made to the United States. We celebrate our achievements and cultural heritage, as we proudly share our heritage, our culture and our pride with community at large.October is the month when the first Polish settlers arrived at Jamestown, VA in 1608. Additionally, Pulaski Day Parades occur all over the county as we honor Casimir Pulaski, a Polish nobleman, and the father of American cavalry who died on October 11.
The need for critical assistance is growing during this devasting time and we need your help