Colliers, a global commercial real estate services company, is the sole founder of the Virtuosa Foundation, whose goal, in the first stage of operation, is to modernise the space in children’s hospitals, ensuring the psychological comfort of young patients.
The idea of the Virtuosa Foundation and the main aim of its president – Patrycja Piekutowska, is to establish cooperation with people from the business world and companies that wish to have a real impact on improving the environment in which children function. Due to Patrycja Piekutowska’s extensive experience in the modernisation of space in children’s hospitals, Virtuosa will primarily focus on projects in this area. The foundation’s activities will cover Warsaw, including the Children’s Memorial Health Institute, as well as regional cities in Poland.
“Being mindful of the needs of others and the willingness to help have always been part of Colliers’ DNA. So far, we have undertaken various charity activities but now we can help in a greater scope, which has always been my dream. Thanks to the Virtuosa Foundation our activity will gain scale and will be a long-term project. I believe that the experience and great commitment of Patrycja Piekutowska, as well as the good hearts of the business representatives will help us change many places and bring more colour into the lives of children,” said Monika Rajska-Wolińska, Chief Executive Office of Colliers in Central and Eastern Europe.