Program Map

We support more and more local communities nationwide. Check out our Program Map and find where and how we help.

In Hungary most children aged seven to fourteen lose their lives as a result of accidents that could have been prevented. United Way Hungary launched its own program in 2010 called the BiztiBusz, or Safety Bus, which draws on volunteer teachers to take the program to schools. The program is based on drama methods, transferring skills and knowledge in a fun and entertaining way so that children can live their daily lives in a consciously safe way. Learn more about Safety Bus
In Hungary, one in five children loses the chance to dream bigger, lagging behind due to weak reading and comprehension skills. United Way Hungary launched a literacy program KÖNYFORGATÓ in 2014 to promote reading and help children – especially those coming from disadvantaged families. Beneficiary partners are selected through a tender process and their experts make sure that the donated books are actively used in innovative programs supporting children in the development of their reading and comprehension skills. Learn more about BookDrive
Should you have gently used children’s books that you no longer need, please drop them at our permanent collection point at Mesemúzeum. We will help you donate it to mostly underprivileged children aged 7-14 year.
Address: 1013 Budapest, Döbrentei utca 15.
Website: www.mesemuzeum.hu
prgmap-legend-lc Financial Education Program for primary school children aged 9-11. Schoolchildren learn about the challenges of managing family finances and taking responsible financial decisions through real-life scenarios in a playful and entertaining manner, and they also learn about charitable actions and donations when acting as responsible citizens. The program is supported by the MetLife Foundation. Learn more about LifeChanger
NGOs supported through workplace giving
Give your time! Volunteer days
Budapest Bank for Békéscsaba Program’s fund management
Les and Julia Nemethy Scholarship Program for talented secondary school students