The project, which helps people find employment, enters the second half


The KPZ project, which is aimed at helping people aged 55+ and at the same time unemployed for more than 5 months, has successfully completed the first year of implementation and is entering the second part. Our help is often sought by people whose situation is complicated by health conditions, social and economic conditions, family situation, etc., and without systematic help they cannot find employment on their own.

Thanks to the co-financing of activities by the European Union, we can provide participants with counseling and psychological support, pay for legal assistance, help them approach selected employers, pay for professional and retraining education, and also provide wage allowances to employers for their employment.
In the first year, we involved 22 people in the project, some of whom have already started jobs, e.g. at Kroměříž Elementary School on Komenského náměstí, Kollárova and Mánesova Kindergartens, Furniture and Upholstery or Kostelany municipality. The participants were also involved in vocational training, currently e.g. a welding course or a canistherapy course.
For those interested in support, the project is still open and they can contact us, we recommend that you make an appointment in advance by phone or e-mail.