Amerikaiak a Magyarokért Alapítvány        Amerikai Magyar Klub

Pro Ecclesia Hungariae - In Honor of Hungary




Representative Projects

of the Amerikaiak a Magyarokért Alapítvány

(Americans  for Hungarians Foundation)


  •  Inaugural Celebration attended by 250 persons and organizations on Castle Hill. 
       (Hungarian inventors, cooperatives, wine growers, artists, scientists, confectioners,
       fashion designers, musicians, ceramics, handicrafts, US Embassy, business persons)
  •  Flood and Disaster Relief for 5 Towns    
  •  Summer Camp for 100 Children victims of floods
  •  Collection and delivery of 7 tons of donations for victims of floods
  •  Rebuilt community centers affected by the floods            
  •  USA - Hungary Teacher Exchange Program  
  •  Held Forum to Improve US Hungary Relations with 200 attendees
  •  Town of Abászalok - Sponsored Childrens’ Sports Days      
  •  Mátészalka Hungarian-English School Support         
  •  New Brunswick NJ-Debrecen Sister City Program support
  •  Quinnipiac University Business School sponsored visit  for students to
        understand how a Hungarian business operates
  •  Zalabér-Sarasota, Florida  McIntosh Middle School Exchange Program
  •  Supporter and US presenter at a Hungarian conference for talented students
  •  Initiating a new Hangya Cooperative movement attended by 500 persons from all counties in the Upper House of Parliament
  •  Projects to help farmers via cooperatives in Velence and  Székesfehérvár
  •  Vizsoly- Planting of 1000 trees of hope in a low income area
  •  Tiszafüred Hangya Cooperative Conference 
  •  Starting a Buyers Club for consumers   
  •  Participated in the  National Agricultural and Food Exhibition OMEK
  •  Participated in the Nyul-unk a Munkáért Program (Rabbits for work program)
  •  Helped a student innovator with a project for a US Intel competition, won 3rd prize
  •  Business Exchange Program with 110 participants from the US and Hungary
  •  Sponsored a Drug Prevention Program using a US model    
  •  Sponsored two Rajkó Gypsy Charity Balls
  •  Hosted US Ambassador Colleen Bell and 60 business persons
  •  Partner organization of the American Hungarian Federation (, and the  Hungarian Innovation Center, Inc in the USA. (
  • Co-Sponsor with the Center of a marketing planning project for Hungarian inventions at the Columbia University Business School Executive Program
  • Supported the American Hungarian Federation's 110th Anniversary event
  • Partner of the Americans For Hungarians Nonprofit Corp for a remembrance of the 100th Anniversary of the 1920 Trianon Treaty which dismembered Hungary.
      The USA did not sign the Treatyt!