The Polish Cultural Fund promotes activities that celebrate Polish history and culture in Ann Arbor, Michigan and beyond.
The fund was originally established as a nonprofit organization in 2007 in partnership with the Polish American Congress to enhance and expand the Ann Arbor Polish Film Festival. The fund subsequently expanded to become a cultural and social pillar of the Polish community in Ann Arbor, the Detroit metropolitan area and southeastern Michigan. The Polish Cultural Fund's expanded mission is to serve as an inclusive bridge between Polish and American culture through educational, charitable and social programs that promote awareness and understanding of Polish history, art and culture among people of Polish and non-Polish heritage.
The Polish Cultural Fund –Ann Arbor is a non-profit organization under section 501 (c) (3). Organizations exempt under section 501 (c) (3) are treated as a public charity contribution. Donations are deductible to the extent allowed by law. You may contribute by sending a check made payable to the Polish Cultural Fund - Ann Arbor.
Polish Cultural Fund members with hosted guest Dr. Jacek Bojakowski
Polish Cultural Fund hosted guest, Robert Biedron in front of iconic Diego Rivera mural in Detroit Institute of Arts