If you are contemplating making tax-deductible donations to non-profit organizations before the end of 2022,
please consider supporting the statutory activities of the Polish Slavic Center (PSC).

Dear Taxpayer,

It has been the end-of-the-year American tradition to make donations to non-profits, such as the Polish Slavic Center which is a registered 501(c)3 organization.
These donations are tax-deductible.

DONATE NOW – THANK YOU!

If you are contemplating making tax-deductible donations to non-profit organizations before the end of 2022, please consider supporting the statutory activities of the Polish Slavic Center (PSC), located at 176 Java Street in Greenpoint.

In 2022, PSC celebrates its 50th anniversary. For half a century, PSC has supported the Polish and Slavic communities by offering various social, legal, and cultural programs, as well as the programs through its two Senior Centers: Krakus in Greenpoint and John Paul II in Manhattan. PSC also welcomes the cooperation of local organizations and offers a wide array of cultural events for young and older members.

Thank you for your consideration and support. We would also like to invite you to become a member of the Polish Slavic Center and to stop by to take advantage of one of the programs or events.

More information about PSC: www.polishslaviccenter.org

Sincerely,
Marian Zak
Prezes

Dear Taxpayer,

It has been the end-of-the-year American tradition to make donations to non-profits, such as the Polish Slavic Center which is a registered 501(c)3 organization.
These donations are tax-deductible.

DONATE NOW – THANK YOU!

If you are contemplating making tax-deductible donations to non-profit organizations before the end of 2021, please consider supporting the statutory activities of the Polish Slavic Center (PSC), located at 176 Java Street in Greenpoint.

In 2022 r. PSC will celebrate its 50th anniversary. For half a century, PSC has supported the Polish and Slavic communities by offering various social, legal, and cultural programs, as well as the programs through its two Senior Centers: Krakus in Greenpoint and John Paul II in Manhattan. PSC also welcomes the cooperation of local organizations and offers a wide array of cultural events for young and older members.

Thank you for your consideration and support. We would also like to invite you to become a member of the Polish Slavic Center and to stop by to take advantage of one of the programs or events.

More information about PSC: www.polishslaviccenter.org

Sincerely,
Marian Zak
Prezes