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Polish American Congress Charitable Foundation, Inc. (PACCF)
established as a Not- for-Profit Corporation under the State
of Illinois on July 13, 1971. The incorporators and first Board
of Directors of the PACCF were: Aloysius A. Mazewski,
Valentine Janicki, Adele Lagodzinski, Kazimierz Lukomski, and
Joseph L. Osajda. The PACCF is a 501 (c)(3) Internal
Revenue Code tax exempt organization.
PACCF was established for the purpose of assisting the
Polish American community for religious, charitable, scientific,
cultural and educational activities.
PACCF also provides medical supplies and equipment to
hospitals, rehabilitation centers, orphanages, and senior centers
in Poland and sponsors program of learning to American students
260 million of dollars of charitable assistance have been donated
by the PACCF through the end of year 2016.
whom does this money come? The money comes from generous individuals,
Polish American Congress State Divisions, fraternal organizations,
and from federal employees and military services through the
Independent Charities of America and Confined Federal Campaign.
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6645 N. OLIPHANTAVE., SUITE A, CHICAGO, IL 60631
have been three (3) presidents of the PACCF under whose
leadership charitable efforts have expanded: Aloysius A. Mazewski
(1971-1988) Edward J. Moskal (1988-2005) and Virginia Sikora
Sikora, President; Chicago, Illinois; President Polish
Womens Alliance of America; Vice-President Polish
H. Tokarski, Vice-President; Crown Point, Indiana; Attorney
at Law; President Polish American Congress, Indiana Division.
T. Nowotarski, Vice-President; Chicago, Illinois, Attorney
at Law with Stone Pogrund & Korey.
Komorowski, Secretary; Chicago, Illinois; Executive
Director of Polish American Congress.
Trela, Treasurer; Park Ridge, Illinois;
Financial Advisor, Secretary/Treasurer
of Polish Women's Alliance of America.
Kuzma, Director, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: President
of Polish Falcons.
M. Majka, Director; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Honorary
Consul of the Republic of Poland Southeastern Pennsylvania
(Bo) Padowski, Director, Des Plaines, Illinois, Director
of Sales of Polish Women's Alliance of America.
Henryk Roztoczynski, Director; Chicago, Illinois; Physician,
Penar, Director, Niles, Illinois; National Director
PAC, Director Gen. Wladyslaw Anders Polish School; Polish
Schools Coordinator from Polish National Alliance.
I - Provide needed medical supplies and equipment
II - Aid for Disabled
III - Diagnostic equipment for rehabilitation
Goal IV - Life saving surgery for infants and children