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New applications announced

he Hungary Initiatives Foundation announces five new Requests for Proposals US-based 501(c)(3) organizations can submit proposals in five different categories: Community building; Heritage preservation; Hungarian heritage; Language education; and Summer camps. For the application details, requirements, and deadlines, please go to Current Applications.

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HIF to support Fulbright Program

The Boards of Directors of the Fulbright Commission, Hungary and of The Hungary Initiatives Foundation (HIF), Washington, are pleased to announce the signing of a multi-year cooperative agreement, in which the parties agree to jointly promote mutual understanding, educational exchange, scientific and cultural contacts between the people of Hungary and the United States of America. […]

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Language Educations and Art And Culture Grants awarded

The results of the language education and art and culture applications Last week, the Board of Trustees of The Hungary Initiatives Foundation has announced the results of the language education and art and culture applications. The language education Request for Proposals was open to American 501(c)(3) organizations. Interested organizations could apply for grants up to […]

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A Remembrance of the Holocaust in Hungary

HIF President/CEO Tamas Fellegi’s speech at the opening ceremony of „A Remembrance of the Holocaust in Hungary – 70th Anniversary Exhibition” The exhibit presents a historical account of the Hungarian Holocaust in observance of the 70th anniversary of the deportation and extermination of the Hungarian Jews. The exhibit presents the greatest Hungarian tragedy of the […]

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Important information about applications

News about the language education and art&culture applications Due to the large number of applications for both categories, the announcement of results is delayed a little. Applicants will be notified by February 10. Thank you for your patience!

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