Settlement for 2022. In 2022, The ZPP Foundation raised a total of: PLN 1,167,673.
These funds were distributed in the form of donations and grants for:
☑ Aid and support for Ukraine – PLN 207,130;
☑ Donations and grants for the development of non-governmental institutions – PLN 856,878;
☑ Support for events – PLN 10,000;
☑ Support for publications – PLN 30,000.
Subtotal: PLN 1,104,008.
General costs of the foundation’s operation amounted to PLN 57,540.
Total: PLN 1,161,548.

Warsaw, 7 December 2022


Since 24th February 2022, the ZPP Foundation has donated a total of PLN 199,518.40 in support of Ukraine.

Within this amount, the Foundation undertook activities such as:

  1. “Business for Ukraine” project within which PLN 130,000 was donated to support the Ukrainian army.
  2. The ZPP Foundation aided three Ukrainian families, who received support of PLN 2,000 for 3 months. (a total of PLN 18,000 was allocated to this purpose).
  3. “Taste of Warsaw, Taste of Ukraine” public collection, during which we managed to collect PLN 8,518.40 which were used to purchase medical supplies for the Ivano-Frankivsk Regional Children’s Hospital.
  4. The ZPP Foundation donated PLN 30 000 for the fundraiser “Terenówki na front”.

5. The ZPP Foundation donated PLN 5,000 for the fundraiser “Foundation of Eastern House”.

6. The ZPP Foundation donated PLN 5,000 for the fundraiser “Polskie drony Warmate do obrony Ukrainy!”.

7. The ZPP Foundation donated PLN 3,000 to a camp for refugees from Ukraine.

Warszawa, dn. 21.04.2022 r.


„Taste of Warsaw for Ukraine” – charity event in Hala Gwardii


This Saturday, 23 April from 12:00, in Warsaw’s Hala Gwardii, chefs including Katarzyna Bosacka, Matteo Brunetti, Agnieszka Kręglicka, Jan Kuroń and other distinguished Polish and Ukrainian chefs will be cooking for the people of Warsaw. As part of a charity event, aimed at raising funds for medical aid in Ukraine, the organizers have planned a number of attractions.

As part of the special live cooking sessions, the chefs will present the secrets of preparing the most famous Easter dishes that will delight all the attendees. We invite you to share a meal at the big table! There also will be plenty of surprises for the little ones.

“Not everyone knows that Orthodox Easter – Ukrainian Pascha – takes place a week after ours. Celebrating it means different traditions, different foods, but the same joy, kindness, hope and reciprocity. In order to provide an opportunity for these two cultures – which are fairly similar to each other but still have their differences – to get to know each other, we decided to invite Poles and Ukrainians to share a table. That is why we came up with the “Taste of Warsaw for Ukraine” – a charity-integration event that will give us the opportunity to meet and learn more about our neighbours” – says Marcin Nowacki, vice-president of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers which is organizing the event.

Among the guests invited to cook together with us were such names as Katarzyna Bosacka and Oliwia Bernady, Agnieszka Kręglicka with her family, Jan Kuroń and the deputy mayor of Warsaw, Michał Olszewski, Matteo Brunetti and the group Pectus, Dimitrij Babak from the restaurant “Baczewski” as well as Michał Toczyłowski and Jarosław Kret.

“On the menu they have prepared for you, we will find: stuffed eggs, white sausage baked in beer, vegetable salad, pasta alla sorrentina, traditional Ukrainian borscht on pork ears, żurek (vegan and with sausage), Ukrainian cheesecake, cheesecake with cherry sauce and Easter pascha,” adds Marcin Nowacki.

The Polish-Ukrainian Easter will be hosted by Paweł Loroch – journalist, critic and culinary judge, the star of Gastrofaza on AntyRadio.

The event is held under the honorary patronage of Rafał Trzaskowski, Mayor of the City of Warsaw. The event organizer is the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers..


We look forward to seeing you starting at 12:00!



Agenda Wydarzenia:

Event Agenda:

12:00 Katarzyna Bosacka (vegetable salad and Ukrainian cheesecake) and Oliwia Bernady

13:00 Agnieszka Kręglicka with her family (Easter pascha and stuffed eggs)

14:00 Jan Kuroń and the deputy mayor of the City of Warsaw, Michał Olszewski (żurek – a traditional Polish sour soup with sausage and a veggie, and potato salad with egg and chives)

15:00 Matteo Brunetti (white sausage baked in beer and Pasta alla Sorrentina casserole) and the group Pectus

16:00 Dmitrij Babak – head of the restaurants “Baczewski” and “Browar Warszawski” (Old Ukrainian borscht on pork ears, cheesecake with cherry sauce) + his assistant

17:00 Michał Tołowski and Jarosław Kret (Ukrainian shuba)


Rules of the public fundraiser 2022/2030/OR

The ZPP Foundation, in the wake of the ongoing war in Ukraine, has decided to allocate funds amounting to PLN 2,000.00 each to be paid for 3 months to three families from Ukraine to meet their current living needs related to renting a flat in Poland.


The families currently being supported:

A mother with two children from Kyiv

The family arrived in Warsaw on March 6th this year from Kyiv. The woman is 32 years old, with a daughter aged 12 and a son aged 5. The woman has a degree in psychology, has worked in a managerial position and is fluent in English and German. The children are currently enrolled in a school in the Warsaw district of Białołęka.


Grandmother, daughter and granddaughter

The family arrived in Warsaw on March 6th from Lviv. The women are aged 70, 40 and 16. The grandmother is retired, the granddaughter was studying at secondary school (she was due to graduate this year) and the last of the women was Team Lead at a language school.


Mother and daughter

The family originated from Lutsk, in Volyn. The women were employees of Lesya Ukrainka Volyn National University. The one of them, doctor of biological sciences, was on the management staff of the university before retiring, while the other, doctor of philology (PhD), taught Ukrainian there.



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On March 8th, thanks to the support of the business, has dedicated a further PLN 30,000 directly to an account at the National Bank of Ukraine.

The donation was made to support the Ukrainian army.

We encourage further donations.


Contributions can be made to the dedicated account:

34 1020 4900 0000 8202 3405 8713

Please write “Donation for statutory purposes” in the subject line.


Thank you for your support!

The ZPP Foundation is calling for applications for a grant of PLN 30,000 to write a book on a socio-economic topic.

The key factor in awarding the grant will be the originality and innovation of the subject matter the Author is prepared to tackle.

Time to write the book: up to 24 months.

The book will then be published by the WEI Publishing House.

We kindly ask you to send applications containing a short (max. 1800 characters) description of the publication concept.

The deadline for sending applications is 15 May this year.

Applications can be submitted via a form at www.fundacjazpp.net.pl.

Selected persons will be contacted after initial verification of the application.


Rules and regulations for awarding the grant.


We encourage you to apply!


The ZPP Foundation has awarded a grant in a continuous call mode to the Warsaw Enterprise Institute Foundation to develop a preliminary concept for the establishment of an international higher education institution in Warsaw. The financial support amounted to PLN 200,000.

The university is to provide highly qualified personnel for business, military and public administration.




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In the wake of the Russian aggression against Ukraine, we have launched a fundraiser to support the bravely fighting Ukrainian Military.

The ZPP Foundation has decided to allocate PLN 100,000 of its own funds for this purpose. The money has already been transferred to Kyiv. We encourage company representatives to show solidarity with the Ukrainian people by joining the fundraiser.

We transfer the money directly to the army’s account at the National Bank of Ukraine.

Contributions can be made to the dedicated account:

34 1020 4900 0000 8202 3405 8713

Please write ‘Donation for statutory purposes’ in the subject line. Our foundation also supports economic education and other such purposes. However, 100% of the funds paid into the account indicated above will be transferred to Ukraine – administrative and other costs will be covered by the Foundation.