A Memorial Day for Chidren
Author: Főadmin Date: 2017. május 02., kedd 11:17
Törökbálint - Since last year, Hungarian Baptist Aid maintains the Tabitha Children’s Hospice House that is specialized to improve chronically, terminally or seriously ill children’s and their families’ quality of life. The Home has been operating for 6 years. Last Friday, April 28th, was their memorial day.
The Home organized its 5th memorial day for the children who were in contact with the institution during their lifetime (or also lived in the house). Dr. Gábor BENYÓ medical director welcomed the children’s relatives. The goal of the program was to remember together and participate in grief therapies, receive professional helps, talk with psychologists, and watch sensual and compelling presentations. The visitors lighted up candles together, painted stones in the garden of remembrance and leased balloons to the sky.
TabithaChildren’s Hospice House started its operation in September 2011 in Törökbálint, after the founder, László GALAMBOS, offered his family house and operational fund to the initiative. The facility is operated by Tabitha Non Profit Ltd. The institution’s new owner, HBAid, provides a stable and transparent background and independent professional work for it.
Balatonföldvár-Roma Bible School
Balatonföldvár-Hungarian Baptist Aid organized a training for Roma pastors from September 24th-29th. The program will continue in January in the city by the lake.
’Anne Frank – History for Today’ exhibition opened
On the afternoon of September 10th, ’Anne Frank – History for Today’ travelling exhibition opened on the 70th anniversary of the Holocaust at Vendéglátó, Idegenforgalmi és Kereskedelmi Baptista Középiskola és Szakiskola (in English: Baptist Secondary School and Vocational School of Catering, Tourism and Trade).