The Hungarian Reformed Church Aid (HRCA) launched a donation campaign last year to support the humanitarian program offering help to Afghan refugees in the country. Thanks to the donations, RCH was able to offer 14 000 USD to the Presbyterian community in Pakistan.
The Advent and New Year season is the most significant period in the life of the Hungarian Reformed Church Aid (HRCA). We have visited HRCA’s warehouse in Ebes, a city near to Debrecen, where volunteers work around the clock to select and wrap the gifts of the wishlists of needy kids.
Lilla Vad joined the staff team of the Hungarian Reformed Church Aid in February 2009 as the coordinator of the Bridge of Love program. During her more than a decade of service, she has experienced the growth of the organization and the multiplication of tasks.
The Hungarian Reformed Church Aid (HRCA) would make Christmas brighter for more than nine thousand families and elderly people living under difficult circumstances. Several relief actions have been launched, which can be joined by donating items, granting wishes to needy children or donating money.
The Hungarian Reformed Church Aid, answering the call of the Presbyterian Church in Pakistan, launched a two-week donation campaign to support the humanitarian program offering help to Afghan refugees in the country.
The news of children dying of starvation or homeless people freezing to death deeply sadden and trouble all people of good will and create a sense of helplessness. In Hungary too, there are many disadvantaged families who do not have warm or even cold food on the table every day.
The Hungarian Reformed Church Aid organised a complex emergency management exercise. During the large-scale training, the medical team and the search and rescue team had to solve theoretical and practical tasks.
Entering the life of a town is a slow process for us, which is a conscious aim of ours, as we hope to achieve organic development, says Lívia Böröcz, Head of the Development and Integration Programme of the Hungarian Reformed Church Aid.
A delegation of the Hungarian Reformed Church Aid travelled to Beregszász, a city near the Hungarian border, on last Tuesday. They did not arrive empty-handed. They delivered one hundred schoolbags filled with school supplies and one hundred thousand surgical masks.
I would like every Hungarian Reformed congregation member to feel that they, too, are represented by the Hungarian Reformed Church Aid (HRCA) workers who go out to help those in need, wearing the flag-bearing lamb symbol on their clothes,’ said Károly Czibere.
A seven-man relief and rescue team of the Hungarian Reformed Church Aid (HRCA) helped with damage mitigation and debris clearance in tornado-stricken southern Moravia. The HRCA has also launched a donation campaign.
The Hungarian Reformed Church aid launched a family support campaign: large families, parents raising children alone, and elderly people can benefit from regular support to help cover their everyday needs.
The Bridge of Love, also known as the Reformed Volunteer Days in the Carpathian Basin, was launched on Friday. More than 8600 people have registered from Hungary and the neighbouring countries despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bridge of Love, Reformed Volunteering Day in and around Hungary will take place on 14 and 15 May, and has to be adopted to the situation created by the Coronavirus pandemic. Lilla Vad, head of the volunteer program of the Hungarian Reformed Church Aid (HRCA) talked about the details.
The Hungarian Reformed Church Aid launched a nationwide fundraiser in March to help needy families and the elderly. Thanks to the in kind and finantial donations, nearly a thousand disadvantaged people were able to celebrate Easter fully.
The Hungarian Reformed Church Aid (HRCA) announced its Easter campaign for the collection of donations. The aim is to support four hundred families with non-perishable food packages in a value of 6000 Euros.
Social development, a medical team serving in Bangladesh, volunteering and handing out teddy bears – just a few of the many activities of the Reformed Church Aid in the past six years. Interview with Managing Director Márton Juhász.
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.