Each year PSN supports several projects and events. We try to focus our support to more than one area. Our company is interested in foundations, civic associations, cultural and sporting events or teams and also projects connected with education or an environment theme.
The metronome occupies a symbolic place on the map of Prague. It was here where the giant monument of J. V. Stalin, which was not removed (by dynamite) until 1962, i.e. many years after Stalin's death, once rose to the sky.
Installed in 1991, the seven-tonne metronome structure symbolizes the relentless passage of time and a warning reminder of the past.
Paediatric Oncology Day
The Paediatric Oncology Day is held with the goal of improving the care of child cancer patients and to raise the awareness of children’s oncology.
We have also decided to support a good thing and are trying to help raise the awareness of the issue of paediatric oncology. The event includes discussions that take place in the National Theatre, workshops, children’s games and a raffle. The entire event culminates in a lantern parade, which ends up with a concert held on the Wenceslas Square.
We are supporting, as the main partner, the first year of the SCULPTURE LINE festival of sculpture, which features an open-air presentation of statues and works of art by leading local and international artists, right in the streets of the capital city of Prague. The goal of the exhibit is to enrich and make the public space more special, to offer a new view of both Prague and the works of art themselves for citizens of and visitors to the city.
SCULPTURE LINE is a long-term concept aimed to become a new tradition. We invite you to the streets. Come outside, take the “Sculpture Line” journey and enjoy this unique summer exhibition.
Ever since 2004 the mission of the Sámovka Centre has been to provide all-embracing support and aid to children, adolescents and persons of full age who live or used to live in institutional care or in facilities for children requiring immediate aid or in the care of foster families.
The Sámovka Centre carries out programmes tailored to various groups of children and youth. Their goal is to mentally support clients to help them overcome difficult periods in their lives, to help them look for new sources of balance and certainty, to teach them new skills, to give them new knowledge and information they require to successfully manage their first steps of an independent life, to teach them how to decide and how to accept responsibility for their own lives and future.
Tatran Střešovice Praha
We are financially supporting the oldest and most successful floor ball club in the Czech Republic for the second year now. FO Tatran Střešovice has about 550 active members (from which about 500 are players) who regularly train in 27 training groups in Střešovice and in Dejvice in Prague 6.
DYNAMO PARDUBICE Ice Hockey Club
We are a long-time supporter of the hockey team in Pardubice, which has been a regular participant in the highest Czechoslovak league and subsequently the Czech Extraliga ever since 1950. The Pardubice ice hockey club has earned a total of six league titles.
Grand Festival of Laughter
Each year we support the Grand Festival of Laughter, which has been held by the East Bohemia Theatre in Pardubice since 2001. The festival is a competitive show of comedic works presented by theatres from across the Czech Republic.
“Social Automobile” Project
A prestigious project that endeavours to create, perfect and renew fleets of vehicles in institutions and facilities whose activities are focused on upbringing, education, physiotherapy and integration of physically, mentally or otherwise disabled people.
Design blok 2014
Design blok is the largest presentation of design in Central Europe and in 2014 it presented more than one hundred foreign participants. We significantly supported the presentation by lending it the spaces of the famous GRAND HOTEL EVROPA, which was transformed for a week into the Superstudio Evropa to become one of the main exhibition spaces for furniture, accessories and lighting.
2013 Recycled Fairy Tales
In 2013, we participated in the Recycled Fairy Tales project, which is part of the Recyclogames or Clean up the World school educational programme. Through games, the project leads children to recycle used minor electrical devices and batteries.
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