This is so wrong in so many ways!
The Polish government should fund the PISM to preserve it as a significant part of the Polish heritage even if it is located in London. This is a very special place which represents the history of Polish valour and perseverance in the face of extreme adversity for the Polish nation. Its mind boggling that the PISM has to solicit donations 70 years after WW2 has ended and that the artifacts are not properly cataloged or labelled.
I can understand how the previous communist government of Poland would ignore the PISM (but just barely - this was still Polish heritage even if not approved by the Soviets) but does not the current government of Poland accept responsibility to fund and preserve the PISM?
Polish governments should also use the history of the PISM and of Polish soldiers valour in the West (and elsewhere in WW2) to promote goodwill for Poland. Poles in the West fought 'for your freedom and ours' in many theatres of WW2. Unless the current and subsequent Polish governments maintain and promote this history, it will be forgotten as the old Polish soldiers pass on and the monuments and what they represent become forgotten and ignored. Quite possibly in the future only the historians and those with a special interest (such as the members here) will remember and admire the accomplishments of the Polish sacrifices against Nazi and Soviet tyranny and oppression.
This should not be allowed to happen.