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Plans for 2022.

In 2022 we will be engaged in two main projects:

– Save the Old Cemetery in Nowy Sącz – with New Directions Foundation. Soon we will present you our fundraising project. We will be also publishing some short stories on Facebook dedicated to history of the cemetery and people buried there.

– Commemoration of Jewish Community in Małogoszcz (Świętokrzyskie voivodeship). In cooperation with two others organizations: “Lokalni Patrioci” Associacion and The Popiela Family Foundation “Centrum” (initiator of the project “People, not numbers”) we will clean up the cemetery area (all works undertaken according to Halacha law), publish a brochure about history of the cemetery and local Jewish community, prepare the script for history lesson for local schools.

If you would be interested in helping us as a volunteer, could provide any information about the Jewish community in Małogoszcz or would like to make a financial contribution, please contact us by mail: fundacja.euros@gmail.com. You can support us financially by PayPall. Just click – How to help – above.



II Word War and nazi occupation in Nowy Sącz – new digital project!

Foundation Nomina Rosae from Nowy Sacz (Malopolska, former West Galizia) thanks to a grant from the German EVZ Foundation will carry out a research&education project called „Wartime Nowy Sącz”.

“The main objective of our project is to create a website dedicated to the history of Nowy Sącz during the German occupation, which will include an interactive map of the city and important points in the region, where forced labor camps were located during the war. Our map will include a vast base of data and knowledge about the times of the german occupation, and a s a whole it will comprise a deepened case study of a city and its inhabitants under the occupation. The map will include papers, articles, videos, podcasts, witness testimonies, archive photographs from the II world war period, contemporary photographs of the described locations and more”…we read on the website of the Nomina Rosae Foundation.

Foundation EUROS joins the project „Wartime Nowy Sącz” and our contribution to it are research of archival documents, records, memories… any trace of nazi terror and life in a wartime in Nowy Sącz.

The research coordinator of the project, supervising the creation of content for the map is Agnieszka Filipek – our Board Member, historian, archivist,employee of the National Archives in Krakow, Nowy Sącz Branch, Board Member in Polish-Austrian Association, Nowy Sącz Branch, participant of the European Holocaust Research Infrastructure programme.

If you have any information, memories, photos ect. that would support this project, please contact us by e-mail: fundacja-euros@gmail.com or phone numer +48 692-668-346 (WhatsApp contact possible).

Save the Old Cementery in Nowy Sącz

The Foundation “Nowe Kierunki” has started fundraising for the renovation of tombstones located in the Old Cemetery in Nowy Sącz.

The Cemetery was established in the end of 18th century – according to a new public law – outside the town. During 100 years it served as a burial place for many people of Nowy Sącz, ordinary and honored citizens, Catholics and Protestants buried next to each other (Jewish cemetery was established separately). It had a beautiful linden alley and lemon and orange trees! Now it lies close to the city center and its area has decreased significantly because there was a need for a new road and some new public buildings. What is left requires immediate renovation.

We ask you to help to preserve tombstones and memory of those who have gone. You may join by giving a donation via our PayPal (“How to help” button) or directly on the website where the fundraising is held: https://zrzutka.pl/akjtvw

See some photos of the Old Cementery here: https://ocalmystarycmentarz.pl

Thank you! We keep our fingers crossed for the Foundation “Nowe Kierunki”!

The exhibition of pictures by Bolesław Barbacki – online tour

Dear Visitors! Museum Okręgowe in Nowy Sącz has prepared a short film available online showing the exhibition of pictures by Bolesław Barbacki – great Polish portrait painter. Barbacki was born in Nowy Sącz, where he lived and worked, until he was killed by Nazis in Biegonice in 1941. Now Nowy Sącz has not forogtten its great compatriot. Watch and admire the gallery of his works: