MINDSPIRE Christmas Charity 2020
In many aspects Christmas will be unusual and a little harder for everyone this year. We find it particularly important now to help those, either directly or through support organisations, who are in a vulnerable situation during this current tough period.
Therefore in 2020 MINDSPIRE Consulting is supporting Bethesda Children’s Hospital and the Oltalom Charity Society instead of sending gifts to customers and partners.
Additionally, our employees will individually provide presents to children and elderly people who spend the holidays in a temporary shelter for families or in transitional housing.
Our donation to Bethesda Children’s Hospital
Bethesda Children’s Hospital operated by the Reformed Church in Hungary is located in Budapest with a country wide service area. Each year 9,000 children are treated in the wards and 120,000 outpatients visit the institute. The priority cares provided by Bethesda for the children are emergency care for burns and epilepsy treatment.
MINDSPIRE is supporting the operation of the hospital by purchasing a patient warming device that will be used in the otolaryngology operating room and a special sterile refrigerated medicine cabinet for the intensive care unit.
We would like to express our thanks to all employees of Bethesda Children’s Hospital for their devoted, diligent work!
Support for the Oltalom Charity Society
Oltalom Charity Society was founded in 1989 to support spiritually and socially abandoned, vulnerable children and adults. Their goal is to help their patients get back to a decent life. Their activities include street social work, family care and healthcare.
MINDSPIRE contributed 1 million forint to the financing of the society’s support activities.
We would like to thank the staff and helpers of Oltalom Charity Society for their year-round dedicated support!
Our colleagues donation to young children living in temporary shelter for families
This year, as an individual charity initiative, we are brightening Christmas for forty-eight children living in temporary shelters for families. Currently their parents are in a situation in which they are unable to give them presents without help.
With the support of staff at the temporary shelter we found out what the children wanted, so we can surprise them with dedicated gifts. Our colleagues have previously selected a present from the wishlist, purchased and wrapped it, and the collected packages will be delivered to the shelter before the holiday.
Hopefully we can make Christmas a little better for the children and their parents in a difficult situation!