Sensitization Program for the Youth

Budapest – The sensitization program of the international Visegrad Fund was launched. The lectures are presented by the workers of Hungarian Baptist Aid in several educational institutions throughout the country. The goal is to provide psychological and social help to young high school students.

Helping the Poor in Nagyecsed

Last Monday, on March 20th, Hungarian Baptist Aid, in cooperation with Hungarian Food Bank, distributed three hundred packages of sustainable food in Nagyecsed (Eastern Hungary). The packages included canned food, tea, chocolate, and also different types of clothes. The aid organization is preparing for another distribution and is collecting donations for the project.

Training of Roma pastors by American Teachers

On January 30th, Hungarian Baptist Aid, with its American partners, started the training of future Roma pastors and current ministers. The program will last until February 3rd in Balatonföldvár (next to Lake Balaton).

Kempinski Hotel's Donation to the Homelesses

Budapest – Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest five star luxury hotel offered a donation to Hungarian Baptist Aid to help homeless people and refugees.

HUBA Rescue24 Unit on Standby

Budapest – At the request of the National Directorate General for Disaster Management, Ministry of the Interior (NDGDM) and under the leadership of László PAVELCZE Emergency Management Director, Hungarian Baptist Aid placed the HUBA Rescue24 rescue unit and special vehicles on standby due to the freezing rain, icy roads and possible snow.

Food Distribution in Kőbánya

Budapest – Hungarian Baptist Aid surprised around fifty families in need to help their start of the new year.

C&A Foundation supports children in need

C&A Foundation donated 10.000 euro grant to Hungarian Baptist Aid to finance the meals of needy children in Seregélyes and Tiszaszalka.

Dutch Volunteers for the People in Need

Budapest – The Baptist Service Center in Kőbánya is under major developments. A laundry and a bath is now available for the needy people staying at the shelter at Maglódi Street. However, the 'to-do-list' will never run out. Dutch volunteers from the partner organisation called 'Stichting Embrace' helped this week to paint, expand and to set in order the dining room of the shelter.

Camp for the Roma Youth

Tahi – At one of the most beautiful places in the conservation area of Pilis, at the Baptist Camp in Tahi, Roma young people could spend a week, who arrived from Transylvania and Nagyhalász (Eastern Hungary). The camp included sports, games, meaningful conversations and worship time.

A Letter of Thanks

Hungarian Baptist Aid (HBAid) has been fighting against human trafficking since 2003 by helping the victims and promoting the prevention of victimization. HBAid also represents the interest and ensures the protection and provision of victims. On the other day, one of the victims thanked HBAid's staff in a letter after receiving assistance.

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