How to React?

Take a Stand!

If you are a witness of violence, react. If you think that someone is a victim of abuse – be it physical or emotional, make sure you are not indifferent to their suffering. You can take action in different ways - whatever you are comfortable with. One of the options is using a free hotline to ask for advice, or report that you have spotted aggressive behaviour towards a child. These hotlines are run by professionals and are confidential. If you are a victim of abuse, or if you suspect that someone is hurting a child - do not hesitate to call!

 

Hotlines are open not only to victims of abuse, but also to people who would like to inform the authorities about their suspicions.

 

·         Call 22 668-70-00 – free Blue Hotline for victims of abuse

·         Call 0 800 12 12 12 – free hotline run by the Commissioner of Children’s Rights

·         Call 116 111 – free hotline run by the Dajemy Dzieciom Siłę foundation.

·         Call 112 –  universal emergency number

 

News
2018-06-08 13:01:48

GOCC receives the European Citizen's Prize

Today we have received amazing news from the European Parliament. The Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity Foundation has been awarded the esteemed European Citizen's Prize, which honours exceptional achievements of European citizens and organization.