|Refugees in Budapest|
The Revd Dr Frank Hegedus, the priest-in-charge of St Margaret's Anglican-Episcopal parish in Budapest, has written to his parishioners and friends of the parish, to indicate how St Margaret's community is doing its part to assist in the current crisis. In his communication Fr Frank writes of one of the members of St Margaret's who grows apples for a living, who is donating some of his harvest for distribution to the refugees. The parish will be collecting additional donations for distribution, pre-packaged food, and personal hygiene products and bottled water, particularly.
|Fr Frank with parishioners of St Margaret's|
Migration Aid cannot accept money directly. However, they are able to accept donations through the bank account of Mikszáth Pharmacy bank account (Egészségért Foundation). This pharmacy has been supporting their work with pharmaceutical supplies. (Though refugees are entitled for free basic health care services, they need to pay for medicines, and first aid products).
Here are account details if you wish to make a donation to this work of Migration Aid in Hungary:
Beneficiary name: Mikszáth Gyógyszertár az Egészségért Alapítvány
Comment: Migration Aid
Bank account number: 10918001-00000067-39140008
Name of the bank: UniCredit Bank Hungary
Address of the bank: 1054 Budapest, Szabadság tér 5-6., Hungary
IBAN: HU69 1091 8001 0000 0067 3914 0008
If you send a donation, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with the amount you have given, so that the agency can also keep track of the donations.