ScotsInPoland.com is the web site of the St Andrew's Foundation, a charitable body established by Scots based in Poland. Our objectives are to:
- promote Scottish culture in Poland
- support selected Polish charities
- run Scottish events such as the annual Caledonian Ball in Warsaw
- promote good relations between Scots and Poles
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Our activities are currently supporting the following childrens' charities:
A charity supporting children with a wide range of disabilities. More information »
Iskierka supports children suffering from cancer. More information »
Donors and Sponsors
We offer our thanks to some of the leading businesses in Poland as well as individual donors and sponsors - their support will help us to deliver to some excellent charitable causes.
There isn''t room to name all our donors and sponsors here, so please visit our donors page to learn more about them.
If you''d like to support us and help selected Polish charities, please contact us.
Scotia’s Hardy Sons, a traditional Scottish country dance band led by David Vernon, are to play at the Caledonian Ball 2015, which will be held in Warsaw on Saturday 28 November 2015. David, a very well known Scottish musician, is an accomplished accordian player and piper. We’re delighted that he…
Częstochowa Pipes & Drums will again feature at the Caledonian Ball in 2015. They are the one and only Scottish Pipe Band in Poland playing traditional music and giving exhibitions of traditional Scottish Highland Dancing.
We’re currently making arrangements for Warsaw’s next Caledonian Ball which is to be held on Saturday 28 November 2015. We’ll be publishing further details shortly and hope to welcome you along to the best night out in Warsaw! Mark the date in your diary!
For many years Martyn O’Reilly has been the organiser of Warsaw’s annual Caledonian Balls and many other events. After the hugely successful Ball held at the Marriott in November 2014, Martyn has passed the baton to ScotsInPoland.com who have begun organising the 2015 Caledonian Ball. We plan to remain faithful…