Two soldiers serving in the military unit in Lębork set off for a journey around Poland. Their plan assumes covering 3,000 kilometres on their bikes within 15 days with main goal of this extreme trip to raise PLN 15,000 to build a hospice. On August 27, after nearly 1,500 kilometres, they reached Nowy Sącz to receive a warm welcome from FAKRO representatives.
“FAKRO has been socially committed since its inception. This time we were asked for support by Partyk Bianga, a roofer and distributor of roof windows, with whom we have been cooperating for over 20 years.
We were delighted to welcome our brave cyclists, talk to them as well as pass some auction items. We believe that with our help the money needed to build a hospice will be collected as soon as possible”, commented by Janusz Komurkiewicz, FAKRO Board Member for Marketing who met two soldiers in person.
“My first impression when I think about Nowy Sącz is FAKRO. For this reason, I decided to contact the company and make the trip more pleasant for the boys. Asking FAKRO for help is like asking your old good friend to take a family member into his warm house”, explained by Patryk Bianga, coordinating the soldiers’ journey and supporting the Lębork Stationary Hospice Foundation.
Funds for the construction of the hospice are collected for three years now. It is worth making a contribution for this project. As the soldiers prove, the right goal is the best motivator. “Heavy rain, scorching sun or wind blowing straight in your face don’t matter at all. We are happy to do something good. We will be glad to see on September 3, when we reach Lębork, PLN 15,000 on the Hospice bank account”, commented by Michał Niemczyk, one of the two heroes involved in the action. You can show your support by transferring money through a dedicated website: https://zrzutka.pl/pyzb62.