Kornhauser-Duda submitted two items of her own to the broadcaster’s annual Choinki Jedynki fundraiser, which is now in its 18th year.
During a promotional event at Polish Radio’s Warsaw headquarters on Sunday, the first lady thanked those who have contributed to the project.
"I would like to thank all those who have decided to … support this much needed and noble initiative," she said.
Kornhauser-Duda encouraged donors to be generous, and she also said that Choinki Jedynki (Christmas with Polish Radio 1) was one of her favourite charity campaigns and one that aimed to provide wide-ranging assistance to people in need.
Polish Radio CEO Andrzej Rogoyski said the campaign undertaken by the broadcaster carried the message that “we all crave goodness and that we need to share good things with others, to speak about doing good, but above all do good for those who need it most.”
Funds raised through the drive will go toward two charitable foundations, including one run by well-known actress Anna Dymna.
First Lady Agata Kornhauser-Duda (centre); with actress Anna Dymna (right), who chairs the "Mimo wszystko" (In Spite of Everything) foundation; and Alina Perzanowska, chairwoman of the "Wspólnota Nadziei" (Community of Hope) foundation, at Polish Radio's Warsaw headquarters on Sunday. Photo: Łukasz Kowalski
The drive includes an auction of artworks created by children.
Click here for a full list of items on sale and details of the auctions in Polish.
The Polish presidential couple at the end of last month threw their support behind an annual food collection drive that aims to help the needy in the run-up to Christmas.