Wanda Bodalska lived near Warsaw during the Second World War. She was involved in the network for helping Jews, operating at the Żegota. This was the most numerous aid network set up by the Polish Socialist Party – Freedom, Equality, Independence (PPS-WRN) and was initiated by Julian and Halina Grobelni. Wanda was responsible for handing over documents and money. She also contacted the forced labour camp in Skarżysko.