Midlands Polish Community continue support of local community groups

Midlands Polish Association vice chairman, Wojtek Wrobel is pictured with a St Teresa’s School staff member following the presentation of a sanitising solution stand in recent times

Midlands Polish Association vice chairman, Wojtek Wrobel is pictured with a St Teresa’s School staff member following the presentation of a sanitising solution stand in recent times

#The Midlands Polish Community Association once more wishes to show solidarity with local community organisations as they adapt to the present pandemic surroundings.

As the vaccine continues to be administered to all communities, the post-pandemic reality remains unclear as social distancing, application of sanitising solutions and the wearing of face coverings may still be necessary to fight the virus in the coming months.

Therefore, the Midlands Polish Community Association would like to support a local organisation, particularly one small in nature, and donate stands with automated dispensers as well as some wall-mounted dispensers and bottles of sanitizing liquid for those who are in need of such equipment.

Stands were recently donated to the Monksland Town Team Athlone, Esker House Women’s Refuge Athlone, Midlands Simon Community, Order of Malta Athlone, Meals on Wheels, St Teresa’s Special School, Ballinasloe and Roscommon Youth Service.

“The Midlands Polish Community Association are determined to continue with their ongoing support for local community organisations as we are all living in and fight the virus together,” Slavek, Chairman, Midlands Polish Community, commented.

 

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