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The Hungarian Reformed Church Aid was among the first organization to mobilise its staff to provide assistance to refugees.

Hungarians have been following the tragic events leading to an incredible influx of Rohingya refugees to Bangladesh, highly appreciating all the efforts of Honourable Prime Minister...

In the collaboration of several charity organizations – including the Hungarian Reformed Church Aid – a valuable help aid has set off to the Carpathian Mountains.

In a selfish world, where everything is measured in money, every small thing that we do for others can be very important – says Bishop József Steinbach, head patron of the Szeretethíd...

The weekend did not go by eventlessly for the Hungarian Reformed Charity Service. With our permament presence we tried to help the immigrants who came to our country.

We were there. We helped. And we will go back.

In the temporary collection point of the [boundary crossing] of Röszke, thousands of people are still waiting, hundreds of them are children and women. Meanwhile, the dawns and nights...

In order to help immigrants on the Croatian boundary, the MRSZ delivers food, polifoams, coverlets and hygienic pockets to Zákány. We will also be in service on the following days and...

In August, the Hungarian Reformed Church Aid organised a camp in the village of Levelek with the participation of almost 50 children.

More than seventy juvenile Ruthenian „tradition-guard” took part of the Hungarian folk music and dance talent seeker, Fölszállott a páva. Children between age of six and fourteen...

Altogether 406 competition arrived from six nations (Hungary, Slovakia, Romania, Ukraine, Serbia and Croatia) after closing down application term on 14th October. Most competitors are...

Magyar Református Szeretet Szolgálat (Hungarian Reformed Church Aid) organized a camp at settlement of Levelek. Camp was during 22-28. August and 48 children took part..

The Hungarian Reformed Church Aid will provide medical service in the BÁH refugee camp of Debrecen. The organisation with the Charity Council’s member organisations joining forces,...

At last in the cooperation of the Hungarian Reformed Church Aid “Bódvalenke-Freskófalu” project and the Romaversitas “Fényhozók” (Light makers/bringers), in a...

In the beginning of August, The Hungarian Reformrd Church Aid plans to have the traditional event of gypsy culture and art within the confines of project ‘Bódvalenke-freskófalu’...