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  • The William Penn Association, chaired by AHF President Stephen J. Varga and founded on February 21, 1886, is the largest, wealthiest and most successful of all the Hungarian American fraternal organizations. Read more on [Featured Members]
  • MagyarMarketing was founded in 1988 in response to the requests of Hungarians in the US who were interested in learning about and preserving their Hungarian heritage. The site offers a myriad of Hungarian-themed gifts, products, apparel, and books.
  • The Hungarian Embassy (Magyar Nagykövetség) in Washington, D.C.
  • HungarianAmerica, headed by Dr. Sandor Vegh, is a resource for metropolitan Washington, DC events, courses and cultural activities, as well as professional networking. Read more on [Featured Members]
  • The Bethlen Home, directed by the Rev. Dr. Bertalan A Imre, Jr., the Bethlen Home is a faith based, non-profit health care facility, affiliated with the Hungarian Reformed Federation of America (HRFA).
  • American Hungarian Foundation, directed by Prof. Molnar Agoston, and founded in 1954, is devoted to furthering the understanding and appreciation of the Hungarian cultural and historical heritage in the United States.
  • Friends of United Way-Hungary, headed by Laszlo Buda in Cleveland, was founded in 2004 to promote and support United Way-Hungary in North America. United Way-Hungary is an affiliate of United Way-International which is based in Alexandria, VA.
  • SARA (Sharing America's Resources Abroad) is affiliated with the Ohio United Church of Christ and headed by Rev. Dr. Szilagyi Istvan. SARA is a Christian ministry offering medical assistance to improve lives around the world.
  • The Hungarian Society of Massachusetts is headed by Dr. Karoly Balogh. Hungarian immigrants have resided in New England since the 18th century. One hundred years on, in 1852, the great Hungarian statesman, Lajos Kossuth, reported meeting fellow patriots during his state visit to America. Today, HSM aims to foster and impart Hungarian language, culture, identity and traditions to Hungarian descendants; develop and maintain strong ties between Americans and Hungarians; Support one another; cultivate and nurture ties with Hungary and Hungarian émigrés around the world; and provide moral, spiritual and financial support for Hungarian causes.
  • The Lyukas Zaszlo "Torn From the Flag" Project, headed by Kovacs Klaudia, is a new documentary film about the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 and its significant international consequences. This revolt served as an important harbinger of the future downfall of communism and later political and economic rearrangement of the world.
  • Hungarian Scholarship Fund, headed by Prof. Bela Bognar, was founded to finance the educational needs of needy students of Hungarian descent in Hungary and former Hungarian lands. Dr. Bognar also founded the Hungarian Ancestry Scholarship Fund (HASF) at Wright State University in the Fall of 1988. The HASF Fund, earmarked for American students of Hungarian origin.
  • The Kossuth Club, of Sarasota, Florida, is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt educational and cultural organization. It was founded in 1984 to serve the cultural needs and interests of Americans of Hungarian descent in southwest Florida.
  • Hungarian Club of Colorado - Founded in 1963 in Denver, HCC offers different activities all year around, including traditional Hungarian holiday celebrations, such as its New Year's Eve Party with lots of fun, dance and good food; Children's programs; Picnics - just to mention a few.
  • First Hungarian Hussar Regiment of California - The "California Hussars!"
  • Hungarian Association of Cleveland
  • - The Royal Hungarian Gendarmerie Veterans Association. The Hungarian Gendarmerie, known as the Csendorség, was responsible for the public safety and the maintenance of law and order in rural Hungary from its formation in 1881 until its dissolution at the end of WWII
  • Louisiana Hungarians, headed by Dr. Stephen Gergatz and Julia Bika, is a non-profit tax exempt cultural and educational organization founded November 21, 2000 in New Orleans. The membership consists of US citizens of Hungarian ancestry, Hungarian citizens temporarily staying in the New Orleans area and others interested in Hungarian culture. HungarLA has sponsored the installation of a bronze plaque designed by Bertalan Andrasfalvy on Lafayette Square in New Orleans to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the visit of Lajos (Louis) Kossuth to New Orleans.
  • American-Hungarian Executive Circle (AHEC) Fosters closer business ties among Americans of Hungarian ethnicity. AHEC mutually advances and strengthens American-Hungarian business relationships.
  • The Hungarian Multicultural Center (HMC) is a 501(c)(3) educational non-profit corporation, founded in 1990. HMC's mission is to bridge cultural, geographic, and linguistic divides by bringing people together through the arts in order to foster a greater understanding of world cultures. The HMC's cultural programs are film screening, concerts, workshops, seminars, exhibitions, videofestivals and artists' residencies. The INTERNATIONAL ARTIST-In-RESIDENCY PROGRAM was founded in 1995.
  • Loraine County Memorial Association, Ohio
  • The Hungarian Reformed Federation of America (HRFA), headed by Rev. George Dozsa, is a Fraternal Life Insurance Society and chartered in 1907 by the Congress of the United States. Its objectives are to promote and strengthen the fraternal, spiritual, social and cultural life of our people.

External Links

  • The 1956 Portal will serve as a central information resource for 1956 as our community prepares for this important milestone. Get involved and join us!
  • featuring Bryan Dawson's "Nobel Prize Winners and Famous Hungarians" and "Hungarian Olympic Triumph" - the largest, and often copied, collection of Hungarian achievements on the Web.
  • Erdély Ma - in Hungarian with latest news from Transylvania. Sign up for news alerts.
  • Digital Phenom - a Hungarian-founded Internet Services Company and host of this Website!
  • - a Hungarian site featuring news, stars and gossip, and sport
  • The Slovak Spectator - Slovakia's English Language Newspaper - an excellent, surprisingly objective resource that includes Slovak-Hungarian relations.
  • The 1956 Institute, headed by Dr. Janos Reiner, is a great site devoted to exploring the 1956 Hungarian Revolution in English and Hungarian.
  • The National Security Archive at The George Washington University provides a wealth of information on the 1956 Revolution available for download in PDF.

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