Ultrabalaton Charity Run - 2019

Donation

Following the 2018 participation in the Ultrabalaton, Hungarian Interchurch Aid will launch a charity relay in 2019, too. The name of the team is “Don’t just cheer!” The aim is to fundraise for the organisation of summer camps within the “Cloudless Childhood” program. With your support, you can contribute to the summer camps of the children who are victims of abuse or living in poverty.

The team

We are proud to announce that Iain Lindsay, British Ambassador to Hungary and his colleagues are yet again joining us in this event, representing this good cause. Members of our team are HIA staff as well as from diverse walks of life, brought together not only by the passion for running, but also the desire to help others. We hope you will choose to be part of this teams too, to help make a difference.

Members of the team:
- from the British Embassy: Iain Lindsay, Nyitrai Levente, Szilágyi Georgina
- HIA-Hungary's staff: Gáncs Kristóf, Horváth Brigitta, József Imre, Réti Viktor 
- HIA-Hungary's volunteers: Gagyi Róbert, Inhaizer Gyula, Szalmási Dániel, Szoó Attila, Vágvölgyi Mihály

The goal

This summer is the sixth time that Hungarian Interchurch Aid organises summer camps for disadvantaged and abused children. With your donation, you can contribute to achieving our goal of providing children with a holiday experience who otherwise wouldn’t have the possibility.  The purpose of the camps is to distract the children from their everyday lives and give them the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities, including sports, experiences and development programs.

Hungarian Interchurch Aid places a great emphasis on the transparent use of donations, which is guaranteed by an audit by KMPG. This means every single person who makes a donation will receive feedback on how the funds were used. 

Support us

You can support the summer camping of the children by donating at the top of this page or by bank transfer to our account in OTP Bank 11705008-20464565. Please write “Ultrabalaton” as the reference.