The “Two Hours For Family” campaign has been held under the honorary patronage of former First Lady Anna Komorowska and the Ombudsman Mr. Marek Michalak
The 3rd edition of the “Two Hours for Family” campaign organized on the initiative of the Humanities Foundation under the honorary patronage of former First Lady Anna Komorowska, the Ombudsman for Children Marek Michalak and with the support of the United Nations. Once again, many companies and institutions encouraged their employees to hold important, inter-generational conversations about their dreams and gave them two hours off to spend that time on talking and simply being together with their families.
The slogan of the 3rd edition, as in the previous year, has been selected in a competition, which this time won Mrs. Joanna Pikiel. We cordially encourage you to talk about dreams – both the fulfilled and the unfulfilled, often secret, ones. The campaign aims at helping employees find out more about their family roots and through that, also about their identity. After all, relations and bonds are built by being together. We encourage you to reflect on a few questions: do we spend enough time with our friends and family? Is it a time truly spent together? Are we honest and open about what bothers us and we like? Do we know each other?
We are happy that the form of celebrating the Day of Families we proposed has become popular among so many companies, non-governmental organizations and educational institutions. This only proves that employers are becoming more and more aware of the need to ensure a healthy work-life balance of their employees – says Zofia Dzik, President of the Foundation.
A few hundred Polish and international companies, both large groups of companies and public institutions, took part in the campaign.