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HIF Welcomes New Leadership

HIF NAMES NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR  ANNA SMITH LACEY has been appointed Executive Director of the Hungary Initiatives Foundation. She will provide strategic leadership for the foundation and be responsible for overall management of HIF’s grants and educational initiatives, reporting directly to the Board of Trustees. “Anna’s impressive background, experience and personal commitment to Hungarian-American issues […]

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Board Decision on “1956 – Sixty Years Later” and Unsolicited Grants

We proudly support different organizations. Below is a list of projects and programs the HIF Board of Trustees decided to support so far in 2016. “1956 – SIXTY YEARS LATER” GRANTS Name of Organization Project or Program Venue Amount granted AHHH (American Hungarian Heritage House) Artistic performance by National Dance Ensemble Ashburn, VA $6,000 American Foundation for […]

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Board’s decision about received proposals

The Board of Directors of the Hungary Initiatives Foundation has received a large number of grant proposals. Some were unsolicited, but most are related to 1956 commemorations planned by the greater Hungarian American community. All applicants will receive notification by e-mail about their proposals soon. We appreciate your patience very much. Board of Directors The […]

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Grant Announcement, Spring 2016

Applications for HIF “1956 – Sixty Years Later” grant is closed. The Hungary Initiatives Foundation is pleased to announce the resumption of our general grantmaking activities in accordance with our charter in Spring, 2016. In this anniversary year we invite applications by interested US-based 501.c.3 organizations for grants focusing on the topic of “1956 – Sixty […]

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Application for “1956 – Sixty Years Later” grant

Application deadline was April 30, 2016. The Hungary Initiatives Foundation is pleased to announce the resumption of our general grantmaking activities in accordance with our charter in Spring, 2016. In this anniversary year we invite applications by interested US-based 501.c.3 organizations for grants focusing on the topic of “1956 – Sixty Years Later.” The approximately 1.5 […]

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