How To Help Homeless In Hungary

  • 18 Sep 2018 8:40 AM
How To Help Homeless In Hungary
October the 10th marks a "yearly, international open-idea campaign to draw attention to the needs of homeless people". Read on for more from the organizers about how Xpats can get involved.

The use of the concept is open for everybody, and we want to keep it this way by opening it up for you too. The aim of this event is to raise awareness, promote discussion and action.

So how can you participate? Go to the facebook page of  the event and click ‘Going’ and be part of the event feed, where we will share information about homelessness and ways to make a difference. 

If you are organizing an event related to the issue of homelessness, know about a relevant article, research, infographic or initiatives, feel free to send it to us so we can share it with everybody: homelessdayhungary@gmail.com

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