The National Alliance of Hungarians in Canada has organized a fundraising campaign to support Transcarpathian Hungarians during this difficult time! The Transcarpathian Hungarian Cultural Association will receive the funds as they are responsible for the purchase and distribution of essential medical equipment, including the protective equipment necessary for health care workers and the Hungarians community at large.
Please help our Hungarian brothers and sisters, by donating money for essential protective devices such as medication, masks, and ventilators.
Contributions can be made on this page of GoFundMe.com.
COVID-19 doesn’t wait! Transcarpatian Hungarians need help now!
In 2017 the National Alliance of Hungarians in Canada launched a campaign that raised $7,550.00 to purchase the mini-bus seen above for use in transporting children to Hungarian language schools in isolated Hungarian communities in Transylvania.
Since more vehicles are needed to transport children to Hungarian schools, the NAHC has organized this campaign again between June 4 and October 23 to raise funds for yet another vehicle.
Donations can be made by:
- direct transfer to the NAHC bank account: 34096-004-3409-5011541
- cheque mailed to NAHC, 100 Glouchester Street, Suite 352, Ottawa, ON K2P 0A4. Please make it payable to the ”National Alliance of Hungarians in Canada” and specify ”nahcminibus2018” as memo
- E-mail transfer addressed to the Treasurer of the NAHC at firstname.lastname@example.org using ”nahcminibus2018” as the password
Help support isolated Hungarian communities maintain their language and culture, together we can achieve more!
Read the announcement is posted here
This is a Manifest for the Autonomy of Szeklerland. This document was published in Hungarian, English, Romanian, and sent to the authorities of the Hungarian, Romanian government and the United Nations.
The English version can be downloaded here: The seven points from the Hősök tere (Square of the Heroes) or, in other words, What does the Szekler nation request in 2017?
To Be Translated.
The original text can be reached by switching languages using the button below.