The cornerstone of our work is the effective coordination and constant communication between all our humanitarian aid points and the headquarters in Warsaw.
We are racing for a higher cause!
This year, for the third time, the GOCC Foundation along with 9 other charity organisations took part in the Westminister Charity Race held at the Służewiec Track in Warsaw, galloping for a higher cause.
The charity race was on the main events on the Westminister Day's programme planned for 3 September 2022. Each foundation invited to the event drew lots for its horse, and the jockeys wore colours of the particular organisation. And even though during the very race emotions were running high, and the podium was of its standard 3-stands size, the paddock was filled with an atmosphere of friendship, mutual support and unity. Here, everyone is the winner. For we were racing for a higher good!
The prize pool was distributed among 10 foundations in a form of a donation to support their statutory activities.
The employees of the GOCC Foundation drew lots for the horse named Inulla. The winner of this year's Westminister Chairty Race was Gone Hill with Konrad Mazur on its back, who run for the Empowering Children Foundation [Fundacja Dajemy Dzieciom Siłę].
We are beyond happy to be part of this amazing project held by Westminister Polska! Congratulations to all the foundations who took part in the initiative.
This year we are playing to ensure the highest standards of sight diagnostics and treatment in children. Although it is the first time that the January collection is dedicated to this issue, these are not the first actions undertaken by the WOŚP Foundation in support of sight treatment and diagnostics.
The digital PET-CT scanner is a device which allows highly accurate and detailed imaging of tumour foci in children bodies. This equipment purchased by the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity Foundation for nearly PLN 16 mln is the most expensive machine in the history of the GOCC.