The Hungarian Reformed Church Aid (HRCA) delivered the donation to the Catholic diocese in Sisak, Croatia to restore the damage caused by the natural disaster. HRCA completed their 13,000 EUR donation with the 50,000 kuna contribution of the Hungarian Reformed community in Croatia.
The Reformed Christian Calvinist Church in Croatia opened their out of use parishes for the victim families of the earthquake in Petrinja. The Hungarian Reformed Church Aid (HRCA) launched a fundraising campaign to support reconstruction works.
The Wishlist project of the Hungarian Reformed Church Aid (HRCA) proved to be a success: 1800 donors offered support to fulfill Christmas wishes of 2020 children in a total value of 50 000 EUR. One of the gifts came all the way from Australia.
Known and acknowledged actors and actresses voice the Christmas wishes of needy children. Manna FM joined the Hungarian Reformed Church Aid’s (HRCA) call and the goal is to make 2020 childrens’ wish come true.
The Hungary Helps Agency, in cooperation with the Hungarian Reformed Church Aid (HRCA) and the Hungarian Interchurch Aid (HIA), provides an emergency fund for the rehabilitation and humanitarian support of civilians in Armenia.
The Hungarian Reformed Church Aid (HRCA) established a new logistics centre in Ebes, a city in Eastern-Hungary, near Debrecen, which was officially opened on 4 September. The new site offers job opportunities for people with disabilities.
Innovative thinking and value creation are the two most important keywords in the startup sector. The cooperation of the Hungarian Reformed Church Aid and the Startup Campus highlights the idea of social responsibility in the sector.
The weather conditions of recent days have made life difficult for thousands of families across the country, and the homes of several families have become uninhabitable due to heavy rainfall entering their houses.
Hungarian Reformed Church Aid is cooperating with civic partners to support vulnerable children in need of mentoring. Matching voluntary mentors and children, with professional support, is key of the program.
The Hungarian Reformed Church Aid (HRCA) has set up an emergency fund to support the families and elderly people affected by the economic repercussions of the coronavirus pandemic. The present article reveals how the emergency fund works.
The Hungarian Reformed Church Aid launched a donation campaign to meet needs of people mostly affected by the novel corona virus and at the same time invited congregations to support the Sunday School project of Reformed congregations in Syria, an initiative which RCH has been supporting since 2018.
Maintaining the partnership with the Reformed communities in the Middle East, the HRCA expands the donation campaign to support not only the community programs like the Sunday school project, but also various humanitarian programs.