28 years and still going strong

… The Carpathian Basin is our home


Latest news and events

Please SAVE THE DATE for two important upcoming events!

The call for application for the 28th Students without Boundaries program is taking place, through the efforts of former camp participants.  Save the date for this year’s RÁKÓCZI GALA to be held on Friday,  September 20, 2024 at the elegant Guild Hall ballroom at the Old Mill Restaurant, Toronto We are pleased to report that as spring approaches, many exciting events are taking place in the life…

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Joyous Rákóczi thoughts for Christmas 2023

Many exciting events took place this year regarding the work of the Rákóczi Foundation. Beside preparations for this festive season, we wanted to take a moment to reflect and assess the past year. We can proudly report on the continued work of the Rákóczi Foundation over the past year, made possible by the incredibly helpful and generous donors living in the diaspora. Reporting…

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Dear Donors, Friends and supporters of the Rákóczi Foundation!

We are pleased to report that the 2023 Rákóczi Gala, held last Friday, September 22nd at the Old Mill Restaurant in Toronto was a sold-out success! Thanks to everyone who supported the event through your participation and by organizing tables with friends and family. Through your support, there were second and third generation supporters of the work of the Foundation at the event,…

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Students Without Boundaries 27th Year

It is with great pleasure that we report, that after a three year hiatus, we were successful at organizing the 27th Students Without Boundaries program this summer. One hundred students who live as Hungarian minorities in countries surrounding Hungary arrived from war-torn Transcarpathia (Kárpátalja) Ukraine, Transylvania (Erdély) in Romania, Slovakia and Voivodina in Serbia, along with a leaders from Canada. Some of these…

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Voices from the Periphery

Voices from the Periphery is evidence that history matters – not only the study of the past – but also by shedding light on how events of the past have impacted lives in the present. You are holding in your hands a collection of thought-provoking essays written by young people whose families have lived as minorities in various countries in east-central Europe for…

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