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Our Connected Organizations
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Change a life
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Our Connected Organizations
Customized, mutually beneficial partnerships allow us and our partners to achieve common goals.
More and more clubs, societies and institutions across the U.S. and Canada are joining us as partners since we began our Connected Organization outreach in 2016.
These partnerships allow us and our Partners to achieve common goals, such as promoting ReConnect Hungary and infusing our partners with fresh energy through ReConnected Participant volunteers. Among our partners are:
- Cleveland Hungarian Museum
- Dallas-Fort Worth Area Hungarians Club
- San Diego Hungarian House
- Hungarian Community Club of Wallingford CT
- Kossuth Foundation and the Hungarian Embassy in Washington D.C.
- American Hungarian Foundation
Contact us if your organization would like to join!
Featured Connected Organization
Jennifer Ligeti (RH’18), Volunteer at American Hungarian Foundation
Jennifer Ligeti from Princeton, New Jersey, was one of the participants on the ReConnect Hungary 2018 trip. Jen was a great asset to the group and we are so happy that she has chosen to volunteer at one of our Connected Organizations, the American Hungarian Foundation, where she has been busy unboxing and hanging paintings and drawings by Elena Hellabranth. Jen also volunteered at the ReConnect Hungary booth at the Pálinka Festival in Linden, New Jersey. We are really proud to welcome active members like Jen to our ReConnected community.
My whole life I felt like we were missing pieces to our Hungarian heritage. The only things passed down through the generations were the food and some family stories. After this trip, I feel like I got to fill in those gaps. I have a better sense of what it means to be Hungarian-American and I feel a stronger connection to my great grandfather.This experience