BE ABLE TO HELP – this slogan guided us the previous year when we created a new initiative thought to support the local community in Gdynia. That time, with over 30 colleagues from our company, we fulfilled the dreams of 12 children from the Educational Care Facility No. 2 in Gdynia. We furnished their new home.


This year’s finale of the BE ABLE TO HELP project combined both social and environmental issues, and we have linked these ideas together to help those in need.

  •  With our employees, we uplifted the spirits of 14 children from the Educational Care Facility No. 3 and gave them a smile. How did we do this? We fixed up their house and equipped it with new furniture so that they could learn and relax in a safe and comfortable place.
  • We pay close attention to the surrounding ecosystem and observe it with a growing interest day by day. We do not stop learning that sustainable development is essential so we need to take care of it. However, every long journey begins with small steps. The first one has been made to positively influence and promote friendly behaviour to the environment.
  • In recent years, we observed a very negative trend of declining bird populations around the world. Experts believe that the cause of this lies in climate change, as well as the destruction of the natural bird habitats. Our winged friends need help. And they need it especially during the winter season when the weather conditions in many regions make it difficult for them to find food. Without our support, less experienced or weakened birds have little chance to survive when the temperature falls below zero. One bird feeder with a continually replenished food supply will help them survive the most challenging time.


We encourage you to join us in our efforts to protect birds by feeding them during periods of frost and heavy snowfall. As the first step in our journey to sustainable development, we are sending you a bird feeder that you can use to feed all of the winged guests in your neighbourhood.

You can learn more about the BE ABLE TO HELP project and how to help birds on the website: