About the company
The aim of the Special Purpose Vehicle is to prepare and implement the process of rebuilding the Saski Palace, the Brühl Palace and the townhouses on Królewska Street in Warsaw. The company also acts in the capacity of an investor as defined by the Construction Law.
The Company's activities and tasks are subsidized by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, under the project entitled Reconstruction of the Saski Palace, the Brühl Palace and townhouses on Królewska Street - preparatory work.
Jan Zajączkowski - CEO
Jan Zajączkowski is an effective manager with many years of experience in managing complex, multistage real estate development projects. In the years 2005-2016 he was the CEO of Ekopark S.A., where he was responsible, among others, for implementing a modern residential and commercial quarter EKO-PARK located next to the Pole Mokotowskie in Warsaw. He was involved in all stages of the project, from planning, through financing and implementation, up to the completion of the construction. From 2018, Jan Zajączkowski took on executive positions at Polnord S.A. and Fundusz Górnośląski S.A.
Jan Zajączkowski is a graduate of the Jagiellonian University and has completed postgraduate management program and a postgraduate European administration program.
Pałac Saski Sp. z o. o.
Marszałkowska street 142
Share capital 2 000 000,00 zł
The District Court of Warsaw, XII Commercial Department of the National Court Register (KRS) 0000940597
The Company’s activities and tasks are subsidized by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, under the project entitled Reconstruction of the Saski Palace, the Brühl Palace and townhouses on Królewska Street – preparatory work.
DONATIONS FOR THE RECONSTRUCTION OF THE SASKI PALACE
What was once a mere dream of rebuilding the majestic western frontage of Warsaw’s Piłsudski Square, i.e. the Saski Palace, the Brühl Palace and townhouses on Królewska Street, is now becoming reality. We wish to invite all those willing to support the project and rebuild, together, what should have never been demolished in the first place, to join us in reconstructing the symbol of our history by offering a tax-deductible donation.
HOW TO MAKE A DONATION FOR THE RESTORATION OF THE SASKI PALACE
To make a donation, simply transfer an amount of your choosing to a special account opened for the purpose of the public collection:
Pałac Saski Sp. z o.o.
ul. Marszałkowska 142
Konto PKO BP: 30 1020 1097 0000 7402 0824 6680
The amount donated for reconstructing the western frontage of Piłsudski Square is tax deductible for all those using the progressive tax scale or applying a lump-sum tax to their registered income. One should bear in mind, however, that the sum of tax-deductible donations must not exceed 6% of your income. When filing your tax return, you should properly document any deductions by attaching proof of payment to the relevant bank account.
LEGAL BASIS OF RECONSTRUCTION DONATIONS
The ability to provide donations stems directly from the Act on Preparing for Reconstruction and Reconstructing the Saski Palace, the Brühl Palace and Townhouses on Królewska Street in Warsaw (Journal of Laws of 2021, item 1551). According to the said document, the income of the special-purpose vehicle Pałac Saski sp. z o.o. may include not only purpose-specific grants or other income from its activities, but also donations, bequests and public collections. On the other hand, thanks to a parliamentary amendment tabled by the Civic Coalition Parliamentary Club in the second reading of the Act and adopted on July 22, 2021, during a meeting of the Culture and Media Committee, reconstruction-related donations may be deducted while filing one’s tax return.