The Jan Pietrzak Foundation Patriotic Association was established to promote the values of patriotic values in public life, especially in the cultural sphere. Credo of the Society: It is sad that in Poland liberated from communism there are powerful media and political forces fighting fiercely against Polish identity. They hate our heroes, our monuments, they erase Polish history from schools, they promote anti-national literature and nihilistic art. It has reached the point that they prevent us from celebrating the Independence Day with impunity by organizing despicable provocations. For them, Polishness is an abnormality. The faith of our fathers is an enemy for them. They do not wish "Poland to be Poland" and they work every day so that there is as little Poland as possible in Poland.
The Patriotic Society intends to support works, people and attitudes serving Poland.
The Society's board of directors consists of: president Katarzyna Pietrzak. Vice-presidents: Janusz Śniadek and Rafał Ziemkiewicz.