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Introducing the members of the forum
City and village. Surplus and need. Stereotype and reality – those are the gaps over which Charity Taxi builds bridges. This unique initiative makes people interested in donation by going straight to their home, picking up their unneeded objects and giving it to those in need. Despite the project’s name it’s more than a social service, it involves people by giving them a chance of meeting others from different backgrounds.
Atid means ’future’ in Hebrew. We are looking to engage young people from the age of 15-25 who are committed to take part in the building of the Hungarian Jewish Community. We are contributing to the positive Jewish identity of young people with learning and scholarship programs and community experiences. Atid is the youth organization of EMIH (Chabad).
BBYO Hungary was founded in September, 2015 and became a chartered BBYO chapter in May, 2017. BBYO is the leading pluralistic Jewish teen movement aspiring to involve more Jewish teens in more meaningful Jewish experiences. Our mission is to build a Jewish teenager community and show the values and responsibility of belonging to a Jewish community. Our teens are between age 12-16 and we plan to expand our groups for olders and youngers as well.
In 2005 a few enthusiastic young adults decided that an organization like this should exist in Hungary. Since then Hanoar became an important part of the life of Jewish youth in Budapest. Our goal is to create something valuable and to playfully teach with methods of informal education. We aim to teach kids to shape their own opinions, think for themselves and make decisions based on core human values. Pluralism is one of our main values. We aim in each topic to show the kids all possible views, all possible ways and to listen to all possible opinions. After that we let each individual choose for themselves the view they like the most.
Hashomer Hatzair has been re-established in 1989 in Budapest. Today it's one of the Zionist youth movements in Hungary. Hasomer Hatzair Hungary organizes two camps every year and also offers various programs for Jewish youngsters: bringing charity to Hungarian Holocaust Survivors, cleaning out Jewish cemeteries in the countryside etc. Our organization was the first Jewish youth movement to be re-established in Hungary after the fall of Communism (1989).
The word „Haver” means friend in Hebrew just as in Hungarian. Haver’s mission is to foster dialog and spread tolerance through informal education. The foundation fulfills its mission through educational activities, seminars, publications, exhibitions, and exchange programs targeted at youth and teachers. We reach three thousand high school students, university students and educators yearly, and provide them a wide range of educational activities and programs.
A Hillel Hungary is the community of university students. Our mission is to create a young and intellectual Jewish community in Hungary for university students and young professionals, in which they support each other in their studies, careers and personal lives.
Mazsihisz Youth Council
The Mazsihisz Youth Council is the youth body of the Federation of Hungarian Jewish Communities. Their aim is to represent Jewish youth as individuals and as organizations towards the Federation and in a wider perspective as well. Their further goal is to help the work of youth organizations initiating cooperation among them. To advance the work of youth organizations and projects, the council distributes 35.000 USD grant funding annually allocated from the federation's core budget.
Marom was founded as a grass-roots NGO in 2002 by Jewish university students for the regeneration and reinvention of Jewish culture in Hungary. The main goal of Marom is to connect Jewish art, history and religious traditions, and re-interpret them according to contemporary Hungarian (and global) context. During the past 16 years Marom Budapest organized hundreds of larger and smaller events, initiated projects, and co-operated with over a hundred part organizations. Between 2006-2012 Marom organized its programs at the independent community squat called “Sirály”, a project that found its continuation at Auróra in the fall of 2014
The two-year program allows alumni of Taglit-Birthright or Masa in Eastern and Central Europe to continue their Jewish and Israel studies and at same time increase community activism. The program empowers young Jews to be agents of change in their local and neighboring communities. They work alongside and within existing Jewish establishments, and also create new communal environments in which Jews can engage and interact.
Moishe House has been an international non-profit organization since 2006, and has been active in Hungary since 2009. The Moishe House is a place where you can be part of a young Jewish community, and meet new people from all over the world. Get closer to Judaism & Jewish life. We organize 7 programs monthly including holidays, learning, parties and Tikkun Olam activities.
The Mozaik Jewish Community Hub is a program of JDC. The Mozaik Hub is a professional platform that provides infrastructure, co-working space, customized professional support, learning opportunities and financial support for Jewish community NGOs and initiatives in Hungary. With its activities the Mozaik Hub is committed to creating a more networked ecosystem of NGOs and a more collaborative environment for them to operate within.
The "Talmud not only for women" (Talmud NOW) project was launched in December 2014 with the aim to bring closer Jewish texts to our contemporary lives. With the help of invited guest lecturers all participants have the chance to deepen their knowledge in topics that are related to our times but were also discussed by our sages. We believe that our educational sessions can bring closer members of Jewish micro-communities in Budapest and it can foster dialog and common understanding.
Tikkun Olam Group
The Tikkun Olam Group operates under the umberlla of the Israeli Cultural Institute in Budapest. It is a unique volunteering / social justice program where participants volunteer with different Jewish and non-Jewish organizations dealing with social issues in Hungary and in the world. The group members embrace their Jewish identity through the universal values of social justice, responsibility and charity.
Tom Lantos Institute
The Tom Lantos Institute (TLI) is an independent human and minority rights organization with a particular focus on Jewish and Roma communities, and Hungarian and other ethnic or national, linguistic and religious minorities. TLI’s Jewish Life and Antisemitism Programme focuses on the past, present and future of the Hungarian and European Jewry. It actively promotes this extremely diverse heritage and identity, supporting its transmission to younger generations.
Mazsihisz Youth Council
Tikkon Olam Group
Tom Lantos Institute