Pulaski Business Certificate
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Pulaski Association Member Certificate
The Certificate is awarded to Pulaski Association of Business and Professional Men members. The certificate testifies that the business or professional is registered as a member of the organization in good standing and that it follows the ethics code set by the organization’s by-laws. It also testifies that the business or professional is a respected member of the Polish-American business community and supports Polonia initiatives.
Pulaski Association Patron Certificate
The Certificate is awarded to businesses or professionals who are well respected members of the Polish-American Business community and share values and ethics endorsed by Pulaski Association of Business and Professional Men. The awardees are not members of the organization but support Pulaski Business initiatives. They also provide significant support to Polonia organizations and initiatives.
Honorary Pulaski Association Certificate
The Certificate is awarded to businesses or professionals who show outstanding support to Polish-American communities and Polonia initiatives and are extraordinarily engaged in the life of the community. The awardees are not members of the Pulaski Association of Business and Professional Men but share similar values and ethics and are well respected members of the community.
The Pulaski Association of Business & Professional Men, Inc.
Proudly contributed in the past to the following organizations, groups, societies, clubs and churches as well as being a current member of many of them in the United States and Poland.
Sponsored Stained Glass Window John Paul II Cultural Foundation Center Washington D. C.
St. Stanislaus Bishop & Martyr Church, Manhattan
New York Society of the Pope John Paul II Foundation
The Polish and Slavic Center General Fund, Brooklyn, NY
The Mieczyslaw Przybylowski Memorial Scholarship Foundation, Brooklyn, NY
American Polish Council of Long Island
Greenpoint Pulaski Day Parade Committee
General Casimir Pulaski Memorial Parade Committee
Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth
Home of the Alliance Scholarship Foundation GolfTournamentsponsored by the PNA of Brooklyn
The Polish American Museum Foundation of Port Washington, NY
Polish Children's Heartline, NJ
Polish Gift of Life, Long Island, NY
American Polish Hi-Hatters Association of Brooklyn
Foundation Committee of the Association of the Sons of Poland
Committee for the Blind in Poland
Polish National Youth Baseball Foundation
The St. Cecilia Choir of St. Stanislaus Kostka Church, Brooklyn, NY
Marie Sklodowska Curie Professional Woman's Association, Brooklyn, NY
Green Oaks Citizen's Club, Brooklyn, NY
The Kosciuszko Foundation, New York, NY
The Polish American Congress, Downstate NY Division
Paderewski Polish Supplementary School
The Felician Sisters
The Jutrzenka Chorus, Group #226, Polish Singers Alliance of America
Jackson Street School Settlement Association, Brooklyn
Pulaski Association of the NYC Police Dept.
District 7, Polish Singers Alliance of America
Orchard Lake Schools, Metro Alumni Association, Michigan
South Brooklyn Pulaski Parade Committee
Polish Army Veteran's Association, Monument in Poland Fund
Henryk Sienkiewicz Polish Supplementary School
Polski Instytut Naukowy
The Sisters Servants of Jesus Home for Children, in Poland
Kosciuszko Foundation, The American Center of Polish Culture, Washington, DC
Pilsudski Institute of America, New York, NY
Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences of America
The Polish Heritage Assoc, of South Florida Monument Fund, honoring Tadeusz Kosciuszko, St. Petersburg, FL
Dom Inc. Founders 100 Anniversary
New Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa at St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York City
St. Anthony-St. Alphonses Church Building Fund
American Association of the Friends of Kosciuszko at West Point, Inc.
Our Lady of Czestochowa/St Casimir of Brooklyn, NY. Building Fund
Sea League of America Division Gdynia #15
Columbia University in the City of New York - Polish Studies
Polish Scouting Organizations (Harcerze)
Sponsor of World War II Documentary Film - ZEGOTA
Children Smile Foundation
Ukrainian War Refugees
Saturday, November 6, 2021, went down in the history of New York and the Polish community in New York. On that day, a bust of Tadeusz Kościuszko was unveiled in Greenpoint. The monument was put up on the square next to the bridge named after the hero of two nations - Poland and the United States, connecting the boroughs of Queens and Brooklyn.
Kościuszko Bridge Plaque Restoration
The Kosciuszko Bridge is one of the largest bridges in New York City and is also part of the I278 known as Brooklyn-Queens Expressway. The bridge connecting Brooklyn and Queens and two Polish neighborhoods of Greenpoint and Maspeth. The heavy congestions and endless traffic forced a decision by the state of New York to replace the old Kosciuszko Bridge with the new one.