We would like to introduce you to a very important as well as interesting part of Grena's social activities.
This week our first social campaign in Poland started out, with the aim to motivate patients of Polish hospitals during their hospital stay and recovery.
The campaign features a set of 5 motivational pictures that create a transportable exhibition which will be shipped to 100 hospitals and medical facilities in Poland.
Just a few days ago we opened the registration for hospitals and medical facilities interested in receiving this exhibition in Poland.
The goal is to encourage patients and provide them with a ray of hope for a healthy and successful life regardless of their current health condition, disabilities or handicaps.
Three athletes were invited to promote the exhibition, each of them has their own amazing and heart-breaking story to tell.
Natalia Partyka was born without her right forearm and hand, but she managed to become an Olympian playing table tennis.
Piotr Pogon lost a lung during his cancer-treatment, but managed to complete the New York Marathon afterwards and is now an active athlete competing in all kinds of sports, including running, racing, skiing.
Jerzy Płonka lost his sight and sees only 5% of what a healthy person sees. Still, he is an avid alpinist and has conquered Mont Blanc, the highest peak in the Alps and in Europe.
The exhibition starts on December 14th, 2015 and we are looking forward to hearing from the hospitals and patients how this campaign resonated with them and maybe changed their outlook on life.