- GTC will support Virtuosa Foundation, founded by Colliers International.
- The goal of the foundation – to modernize the space in children’s hospitals, ensuring their well-being – reflects GTC values and mission.
- Grzegorz Strutyński, Country Manager at GTC in Poland, will join the Virtuosa Foundation Board.
GTC, a leading developer and asset manager in Central and Eastern Europe, joins a partnership with Virtuosa Foundation. Established by Colliers International, the organization focuses on modernizing spaces in children’s hospitals for their well-being. Also, Grzegorz Strutyński, Country Manager at GTC Poland, will join the Foundation’s Board. Such cooperation is a significant step for GTC towards strengthening the relationship with local communities and trusted partners in Poland.
Acting responsibly and making a positive impact on the communities, where the company operates, has always been on GTC’s agenda. The company has been actively searching for a trusted partner to amplify this impact and direct it to where it is needed the most. Virtuosa, a recently launched foundation aimed at modernizing the space in children’s hospitals, could not be a better choice. Established by worldwide famous violinist-soloist and philanthropist Patrycja Piekutowska, Ph.D., and Monika Rajska-Wolińska, Managing Partner and EMEA Board Member at Colliers International, Virtuosa calls for businesses and experts like GTC to make a real impact on improving the environment in which children function.
This is particularly true, since Grzegorz Strutyński, Country Manager at GTC Poland, took a place on the Foundation Board among eminent figures from the world of medicine and business, such as Bohdan Maruszewski, MD, Ph.D., a prominent Pediatric Cardiac Surgeon, Pawel Wierzbicki, CEO of Schindler Poland, and Monika Rajska-Wolińska, Managing Partner at Colliers International.
“Focusing on the well-being of all members of the society runs deep in GTC values. Therefore, we are thrilled to join Virtuosa Foundation and work together on improving the treatment conditions of young patients. Knowing that the goals of the foundation are in line with our core business – construction, and mission – creating user-friendly spaces for everyone, I am sure our cooperation will bring very effective results. I am happy to be a part of this journey as a board member and I will do my best to contribute” – commented Grzegorz Strutyński, Country Manager at GTC in Poland and Board Member at Virtuosa Foundation.
The partnership with Virtuosa is mutually beneficial: the foundation plans to carry out projects combining the virtuosity of architects, designers, music professionals and businesses, providing many opportunities where GTC can help with their expertise as a leading commercial developer. At the same time, joining efforts together with such prominent experts as Patrycja Piekutowska, Ph.D., would allow the company to bring a high impact change to the well-being of local communities in Poland.