- 28 May 2010 5:00 AM
There will be an exciting stage performance that includes a presentation by United Way Hungary’s partner, the National Institute of Child Health (Országos Gyermekegészségügyi Intézet – OGYEI). OGYEI will present awards to 12-children who won a national safety-focused drawing contest. These drawings will appear in an OGYEI/United Way sponsored 2011 awareness-raising calendar.
United Way Hungary will offer information about accident prevention. In partnership with Stabilo, United Way will also offer a ‘drawing table’ for children as well as a ‘games table’ completely staffed by volunteers from Celanese. The ‘games table’ will offer fun, interactive games that are focused on raising safety awareness. A face-painting table will also be part of the ‘United Way Experience.’ This very popular activity will be staffed by volunteers from Celanese, Citi, Genpact and Morgan Stanley. Come enjoy a fun day that is 100% powered by United Way volunteers.
More information about the program
Special thanks! - United Way board and Széchenyi Philanthropic Society member, Mark West connected United Way with MUPA. For the past several years, United Way offered its own All Children’s Day event. This year’s partnership with MUPA allows us to offer a high-quality experience, greater exposure to visitors, potential media coverage and with much less expense. Thank you, Mark!
Thank you too to István Mály, United Way board and Széchenyi Philanthropic Society member, who will be United Way’s official photographer on Sunday. Another great volunteer…and photographer!
Date: Sunday, May 30
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Location: Palace of Arts (Művészetek Palotája - MUPA) - 1095 Budapest, Komor Marcell u. 1.
Event: Activities will be inside and outside; if rain, activities will be offered inside.
Source: United Way Hungary