Millions of poor people live in Poland and Eastern Europe. The exciting economic growth of the post-communist years has largely passed them by. Elderly people rely on small state pensions and children are vulnerable, many in orphanages. Even people with jobs often cannot afford necessities like artificial limbs, which the Polish health service cannot supply in adequate quantity or quality. Millions of people were still left behind in regions which are today very poor, like today’s Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova etc.
They need us now.
Today is a difficult time, the world is uniting, people stick together and help each other. The only way to overcome all difficulties and build a successful society is uniting. The task of the Europe Aid Foundation is to provide humanitarian assistance in Poland and Eastern Europe to those segments of the population who need it most. We work with social welfare centers, orphanages and boarding schools, nursing homes, hospitals, hospices, immigrants, immigrants, and so on. Every day people turn to us for help — food, clothing and footwear, basic necessities, medical equipment and medical devices, etc.
Let’s help the needy together!