As a result of ‘ Child safe on the road…’ initiative over 300 reflective jackets and 250 reflective bands were given to primary school pupils in Wąsosz and Jemielno. The campaign already covered the whole Góra district area.
In 2012, OSI POLAND FOODWORKS supported a Primary School in Witoszyce, a town bordering Chróścina, in acquiring a multimedia board with tripod. The school in Witoszyce was the only region that did not have such equipment due to financial shortages.
In 2013, OSI POLAND FOODWORKS supported the renovation of the gym floor in a primary school in Glinka, a village located a few kilometers away from the production plant.
OSI POLAND FOODWORKS along with the McDonald's restaurant in Leszno and editor of "Panorama Leszczyńska" launched a campaign called 'Child’s safety on the road’.
‘Safe Farm’ has been organized for several years by the Agricultural Social Insurance Fund (ASIF) facility in Góra, under the auspices of the district office in Góra, District Labour Inspectorate in Wrocław and the National Labour Inspectorate in Legnica.
For the second year in a row - OSI POLAND FOODWORKS supported the organization of the annual Police Run in Góra. This is the fourth edition of the race which has gone nationwide and recently entered the list of the most important half-marathons in the country.
Organized annually thanks to the initiative of the Council of Sołeck, the Group and Association of Rural Renewal, ‘Time for change, the festival is an opportunity for greater integration in the local community. A large contribution of employees who reside in Chróścina is also worth noticing.
The special guests of "Settler's Day" are post-war people displaced from the borderlands. The first settlers arrived in the town of Chróścina on June 9, 1945 and were mostly displaced from Trembowla, Tarnopol, Bereza Kartuska,Złoczow, Czortków, Kopyczyniec, Vilnius, Trok and Baranowicz.
OSI POLAND FOODWORKS, as one of the largest employers in the region, cooperates with the state administration at all levels.
With the support of the OSI POLAND FOODWORKS, a group of children from the primary school in Witoszyce attended the so-called ‘Green School’ in June.