Prime Minister Beata Szydło: 18 banks join friends of "Family 500 plus” programme

Institutions from the world of finance join implementation of “Family 500 plus” programme. Prime Minister Beata Szydło took part in a ceremony during which a letter of intent on banks’ cooperation in this respect was signed. The ceremony took place on Tuesday at the Warsaw Stock Exchange.


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Photo: P. Tracz / Chancellery of the Prime Minister

Business world involved in “Family 500+” programme

Representatives of financial institutions join the most important programme of the Polish government. We combine what should always happen in such situations. We combine the world of business, finance, economy with social problems – Prime Minister Beata Szydło said. At the same time, she pointed out that the pro-family and pro-demographics “Family 500 plus” programme is a great challenge, but since the government adopted it more and more friends of the programme and initiatives of various groups have appeared. Now, the group of 500 plus friends is jointed by the world of business. Thank you for the fact that you want to take part in the implementation of this project. It’s important to those who will take advantage of the programme, that is to all Poles –  Prime Minister Beata Szydło emphasised the universal nature of the programme.  At the same time she added that it is the first programme of this type after 1989 which comprehensively supports Polish families.

Investment in the future and corporate social responsibility

We want to invest in the Polish family, in the future, in development of children – Prime Minister Szydło said. She added: a child is not a cost, it is an investment. It’s an investment in the future of us all, in the future of development of our country. Prime Minister Beata Szydło emphasised that thanks to ‘Family 500 plus” programme the corporate social responsibility and “the atmosphere which in numerous economies in the world is a norm’ is being born.

Thanking the financial institutions which join “Family 500 plus” programme, Prime Minister Beata Szydło said that it is an example of an action which proves that it is worth investing and showing good practices where a good project is.


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