Sokołów supports local WOŚP activities!
This Sunday will see the 31st Finale Of The Great Orchestra Of Christmas Charity. As every year, we support both the main headquarters in Warsaw and the local headquarters - including Sokołów Podlaski, Jarosław, Koło and Osie - with our activities.
The Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity is a unique campaign that brings millions of people together every year. We, as a company, are also mobilising to help. This year's event theme is: We want to win against sepsis! We play for everyone - young and old. On that day, in the largest culinary zone in the centre of the capital, members of the Chefs' Club will prepare dishes from our products for the organisers, volunteers and guests of the Finale. In addition, we will also supply them with kabanos, sausages and other snacks. Sokolik will also be in Warsaw to entertain the event's participants.
And we are not forgetting the local headquarters, where our branches are based. Sokołów Podlaski is supported by providing reflective waistcoats for the volunteers and donating gadgets such as memory sticks, powerbanks and kitchen accessories for the auction. In Koło, we are a sponsor of the 4th Koło 'Deal with Diabetes' Run. Its participants will receive starter packs with kabanos sausages. In addition, delicious grilled sausages and warm pea soup will be provided. We also sponsored prizes for participants in the run and the Nordic Walking march. The headquarters in Osie will receive gadgets to be auctioned, including a chef's knife. We will also take care of the refreshments for the volunteers and support the Jeżewo headquarters by supplying it with sausages for the sour rye soup for the participants in the youth tournament. The Jarosław headquarters will also receive products from us, which will be used to prepare meals for the volunteers.
We are happy to have the opportunity to help and keep our fingers crossed for a successful campaign across the country. We are also looking forward to seeing the results of the individual headquarters’ activities and hope that the collection record will be broken again.