In-kind contributions

POLIN Museum welcomes the support of both private individuals and commercial companies and institutions. Apart from financial support, contributions in the form of services provided free of charge as well as in-kind contributions made in a manner consistent with the profile of the companies which provide it are also of immense importance to us.
 

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ARC Interiors provided furniture for the Museum offices and supported our synagogue roof reconstruction project by providing warehouse space.

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BISE Bank (known today as DnB Nord) provided office space for the purposes of the activities of the Educational Centre. As a result, the Centre has been able to implement educational projects and Museum programmes despite the fact that the Museum building was yet to be completed.

 

Michael i Bonnie Berkowicz

Clifford Chance
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The DeBenedetti Majewski Szcześniak Law Office supports the Museum by providing legal aid in the field of Polish law and, where necessary, in the field of the laws of the State of New York. Among a number of projects, the Law Office provided us with extensive legal advice with respect to the sharing of archival materials.

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The Gessel Law Office also supports the Museum by providing it with legal advice.

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MaxData provided the Museum with valuable IT equipment which is now used by its employees.

 

Przybora Zaniewski Ltd.

PriceWaterhouseCoopers
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During the "Music for a Beautiful World" concert which featured the eminent violinist Joshua Bell, the Grand Theatre and National Opera made its interiors available free of charge, ensuring both technical support and the participation of its orchestra in the concert.

Logotyp kancelarii Weil, Gotshal & Manges The Weil, Gotshal & Manges Law Office has been providing legal advice on a pro bono basis for a couple of years now, while Mr Roman Rewald, a Partner at WG&M, is a member of the Committee for Development – a body formed by members of the business community who hold the idea and mission of the Museum in high esteem.