Bolesław and Zofia Białkowski (née Korzewicz, born 10 December 1912) lived in the village of Stryj (Ukraine) during World War II. From the spring of 1942 until the end of the war, they sheltered six Jewish people in the attic of their house, Moshe and Rozalia Brenner; Aron Brenner; Janusz and Jadwiga Rozenberg and a lawyer called Lehrer. Zofia passed away on 13 November 1985.

Bolesław and Zofia Białkowski were awarded the title of Righteous Among the Nations in 1987.