Transcom Cares in Poland supports girl with autism
The year 2014 at Transcom Poland was rich in charity actions and full of compassion and we can be proud of our employees’ commitment. We continued our standard Transcom Cares activities as collecting food for shelters, donating school supplies and giving sweets to orphan children on Christmas Day. But the Transcom Cares project that will stay in our hearts for a long time was the charity run we did for one of our employees’ daughter – Ania, who is diagnosed with autism.
Two of our managers, Grzegorz Baran and Jolanta Budzińska-Korneluk participated in the Warsaw Orlen Maraton. Together they ran an impressive 52 km distance, each kilometer raising extra money for Ania . But our engagement and commitment continued. Inspired by his colleagues' charity run, another manager, Maciej Ziółkowskin and his team organized weekly lottery competitions on the floor, donating every zloty to the Ania-project.
Thanks to Transcom’s donation it was possible to send Ania to rehabilitation, where she could train her speech and communication skills. Her father was really surprised with the results. For the first time he could talk with his daughter on the mobile phone and understand what she said– something amazing for the parents and also for us. Ania and her parents visited our Transcom office and thanked all Transcom employees. A visit Ania enjoyed a lot!