POMOC has remained committed serving the community remotely during the pandemic.
As the City of New York reopens we will start taking steps to resume in-person assistance at the office. More»
P.O.M.O.C. was established in 1980 by a group of second generation Polish immigrants concerned about the poor living conditions of some of their fellow residents, especially the newly arrived immigrant and refugee families who had no where to turn for help. More»
POMOC dla każdego
Organizacja POMOC (Polonians Organized to Minister to Our Community) istnieje od 39 lat. Powstała w 1980 roku, kiedy to w Nowym Jorku pojawiła się duża fala emigracji solidarnościowej, wśród której wiele osób mogło korzystać ze statusu uchodźcy politycznego. More»
POMOC - POLONIANS ORGANIZED TO MINISTER TO OUR COMMUNITY
The vast majority of our clients are immigrant families and seniors, predominantly from Poland and other Eastern European countries. Many of them have very limited English language skills, making them severely disadvantaged due to lack of information and communication barriers. Frequently we are their only resource for help in their own language and familiar environment.