Dear Friends and Supporters of the Hungarian House,
On behalf of the Director and the Owner Organizations of the Hungarian House we would like to thank all of our supporters for being so generous in helping to maintain the Hungarian House, and we are reaching out to everyone who believes it is important to keep and preserve Hungarian culture in New York City. We cordially invite you and your family to attend our next event:
Fundraising Gala and Tokaji Wine Dinner for the Hungarian House of New York
Gastronomic pleasures will be provided by the master chef of the Hungarian Consulate, László Molnár.
Music: Olah Ernő Gypsy Band directly from the Szeged Restaurant, Budapest
Friday, October 5, 2018 at 7 PM
7 PM – cocktails
8 PM – dinner
Hungarian House of New York
213 East 82 Street, New York, NY 10028
We sincerely request your sponsorship for the event and send us your contribution!
The most important goal for our Fundraising Gala is to assure the much needed funds to maintain the House, continue our cultural programming, and undertake further renovations.
We invite you to accept our invitation to become a sponsor by making your contribution and attending our Gala!
If you wish to attend the Gala, please return your reservation card by September 28: email@example.com
If you wish to support the Hungarian House, please send your tax-deductible donation by September 28, payable to AFHLE (American Foundation for Hungarian Literature and Education, Ltd.) to our address: Hungarian House, 213 East 82 Street, New York, NY, 10028-2701. We will acknowledge your support in our Gala program booklet.
We are also able to accept donations online on the website of the Hungarian House: magyarhaz.org via the DONATION button.
Requested donation for the Tokaj Wine Dinner: $ 100/ person
We are pleased to report that in the last few of years the Hungarian House of New York were exciting, busy and successful. In 2017 we organized 15 large community events including exhibitions, concerts, lectures, public fairs, and fundraising events. Last year we also organized a street festival, the II. Hungarian Heritage Festival, presenting twenty-three artists from Hungary. Regularly the House is home to Hungarian Scouts’ activities, the Hungarian Heritage Group organized by The Széchenyi Society, Hungarian language classes organized by the American Hungarian Library, Hungarian folkdance classes for children and adults, Hungarian Mommy-and-Me Playgroup, and since September, 2015, we are hosting the Arany János Hungarian School as well.
These activities were made possible by generous donations received during our fundraising campaigns, as well as by the many volunteers who generously contributed their time. We are grateful and appreciative to these individuals who understand the mission of the Hungarian House and the importance of keeping Hungarian culture and heritage alive and share it with the public in New York. We hope to make the future years just as successful as the previous ones, and present many more cultural and community programs.
Our sincere hope is that you will support our fundraising campaign and event and continue to be a contributor, financially and otherwise and will help support Hungarian cultural awareness in New York City. We would be honored if you would personally share this special occasion with us!
László Hámos, President of the American Hungarian Library and Historical Society
Imre Lendvai-Lintner, President of the Hungarian Scout Association in Exteris
Ákos Rózsa, President of the Széchenyi István Society
Ildikó Nagy, Managing Director of the Hungarian House