The Polish-Czech-Slovak Solidarity Foundation was established in 1990 by J. Broda, Z. Janas, M. Jasiński and M. Piotrowski "Ducina." The goal of the Foundation is to conduct activities within the scope of education and culture, academic, educational, cultural, related to sport and physical education, protection of natural environment, charity, as well as those related to social assistance, for the benefit of cooperation, understanding and solidarity among the Polish, Czech and Slovak peoples as well as other peoples of other countries. Historically, the Foundation is an outgrowth of Polish-Czechoslovak Solidarity - a forum for cooperation of the democratic opposition of these countries established in the 1980's. Following the collapse of communism, the founders of Polish-Czechoslovak Solidarity agreed to continue activity establishing the Foundation and the Polish-Czech-Slovak Solidarity Association.
Currently, the Foundation focuses on assistance programs for organizations and media in countries of the former Soviet Union.
Foundation operates on the basis of the statute. The Council and the Board control the Foundation.
The Foundation Council
The Foundation Board