Key Values

Social responsibility

Building can take different forms... That is why we have for many years been supporting a large number of charity organizations building hope and joy among those in need.

SPOT Construction Survival

It is an event organized with the participation of volunteers from academic circles - including students of design and construction faculties (architecture, construction, installations, urban planning). The originator of the event is a group of architects and industry professionals who share a passion. The event combines learning to build with educational and creative workshops. Thanks to that charity event, in 2021 a scouting base facility was renovated - an activity room in Rajec near Radom, which had for many decades served generations of local scouts.

SOS Children's Villages

Warbud Foundation along with 10 companies from the Pivot Club (an association of companies belonging to the VINCI Group and operating in Poland) has provided funds to modernize the oldest house in the Children's Village in Bilgoraj. Together we collected the amount of 68 000 zł, which will allow to repair of the roof of house no. 3
The association SOS Children's Villages is a non-governmental charity organization whose mission is to help children deprived of parental care. We organize for them with foster family care centres called "Children's Villages", i.e. estates made of 12-14 houses where the children live with their new families.

Hope before Euro 2012

Warbud Foundation was one of the sponsors of the 1st National Polish Orphanages Football Championships - Hope before Euro 2012. 25 teams took part in this unique tournament which took place on 26 September 2010 in Warsaw. The football matches were accompanies by great picnic in the Bema Fort adjacent to the tournament venue. There were demonstrations of football tricks, judo, aikido and kendo, there were samurais and cheerleaders, drummers and magicians. The best team in the tournament played a match against Polish actors from Polish Artists Representation.
The next edition of this project will take place in September 2011 and it will be the last stage before the European Orphanages Football Championships. Our Foundation will once again contribute financially to the organization of this extraordinary event. The championship is not only a sports but also a social event - it brings emotions and joy and shows that anything is possible when you believe in yourself. It is also possible that children from orphanages may take part in the EURO Championships. The event had its continuation on 12-13 May 2012 on Pepsi Arena stadium in Warsaw. More than 250 children under 16 years of age from 24 Eurpoean countries took part in the event. In their ordinary lives they were children from orphanages but on this extraordinary day they represented their own countries in the fight for the European Champion title.

I run for Kacper
This project aims to promote the idea of active charity and obtain funds for prosthesis and rehabilitation of a several year old Kacper as well as to include other parents in the active work for their own children. The originator of the action is Kacper’s father, who is actively involved in challenging running events: The Łódź Marathon “I Run for Health” (VI.2011), 33rd Warsaw Marathon (IX.2011) and 12th Poznan Marathon (X.2011). In addition to his participation in marathons, Kacper’s das is also planning to take part in the "Run Warsaw" and "Independence Run" events. The foundation "Warbud - We Care to Help" is a sponsor of the 2011 edition.

Helping Filip

Fundraising appeals for the operation and rehabilitation of Philip - a blind Warsaw University student who fell under an oncoming underground train - were first published in mid September 2008. The young man, who was in a very serious condition with head injuries and crushed legs, was taken to one of Warsaw's hospitals where his life was saved. Doctors stated stat it was necessary to amputate his right leg. It was necessary to use methods of treatment unavailable in Poland in order to save it. Swiss doctors undertook a series of operations but their cost turned out to surpass the financial capabilities of the victim’s family and friends.

Philip is active not only in the student society, he also takes part in a number of projects under the aegis of the Polish Association of the Blind. He tries inform the public of the problems of the blind, he draws attention to the unsuitability of various places in Warsaw for their needs. He has participated in numerous conferences in Poland and abroad, he works for Radio Euro, publishes his articles in the "Maturzysta” and "Gazeta Studencka” magazines.

We had an opportunity to support his good cause. We keep our fingers crossed for the success of the therapy and do hope that after rehabilitation Philip will be able to continue his activities and pursue his passions.
Academy of Teddy Bear the Rescuer
The action, which was aimed at reducing road accidents involving children, lasted from November 2008 to April 2009. The project involved six thousand pupils from 38 primary schools in the Mazowieckie region.
The hero of the action - Teddy Bear the Rescuer - contacted children sending them letters which were full of good advice and surprises. There were nine letters altogether, all of them were dedicated to traffic safety, crime risks, fire prevention as well as health protection and basic first aid principles. Practical exercises - combining fun and education - were led among others by policemen, medical rescuers and firefighters.
The programme of the activities also included eye, hearing and lateralization tests. Classes with Teddy Bear the Rescurer made the children aware of the dangers and helped them develop correct reactions. Thanks to sponsors which also included Warbud, the participants of the programme were provided with a number of teaching materials.

Warbud supports "Akogo"

Warbud sponsored the charity event "Artists paint for Akogo", which was organized by Ewa Błaszczyk Foundation. On the Children’s Day in Warsaw's InterContinental hotel there was an auction of t-shirts hand-decoradte by renowned Polish painters, graphic artists and actors. The income from the sale of the items was dedicated to the construciton of the “Budzik” Clinic at the Child Health Centre Hospital in Warsaw. Small patients will be treated and rehabilitated there even for one and a half year after an accident according to an individual programme to be established set jointly by doctors therapists and parents.

EX ANIMO means from the soul, from the heart, honestly
In July 2006 we started cooperation with the EX ANIMO Foundation operating in the Oncology Clinic at Children's Health Centre Hospital in Międzylesie near Warsaw, established at the initiative of Princess Maria Sapieha and Prof. Danuta Perek. Our company regularly supplies the foundation account, thus supporting the struggle with children’s oncological diseases. Money collections allowed the organization to buy the necessary medical equipment and renew and equip hospital rooms and surgery rooms. The Foundation also sponsors participation in international conferences to facilitate exchange of experiences and knowledge of the latest developments in the world of pediatric oncology.

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