The Corrency project in Prostějov supported families with children and independently living seniors over 65. Thanks to the town hall, citizens were able to use donations to support local traders and ring providers and save up to 50% on the price of goods or services.
“I thank the city council for trying to at least support the needy in their city. Not everywhere citizens are so lucky. I wish the councillors many good decisions in their work and at the end of the term to fulfil all their election resolutions. Thank you."
“DThank you for thinking of families with children, who, especially with mothers on parental allowance, have really limited options for what to buy for their children, including basic necessities. Pensioners are constantly complaining about how little money they have and most of them have over 15k a month and a mum who has 7k and can support herself and her child on that is unrealistic even with a working partner. It is always forgotten how hard it is for young families today.”
“I believe that repeating such assistance to citizens and businesses will increase confidence in these projects in the future."
“Thank you very much for the Corrency project, which I think was a success. I really commend and welcome this step from the Town Hall.”
“We would like to thank the city management for their support of seniors 65+, families with children, who according to their reactions were very satisfied with the project. We also assisted our customers with registering for the program and view the entire program as a very positive support for small local businesses. We are also grateful for the support of the organizers who personally visited us and gave us a detailed briefing on the conditions and registration.”
Athletic club Prostějov
“Within our club, where we have about 350 children, only about a third (only Prostějovers) could participate in the project - I know that this is rather a victory for the city of Prostějov.”
“Through this project, we can directly support our families with children and independent living seniors over 65 while strengthening the local economy.”