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British Embassy Hungary supports homeless charity

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British Ambassador Jonathan Knott visited and handed over donations to the John Wesley homeless kindergarten on 4 April 2013.

In February, staff at the British Embassy Budapest held a charity baking event which raised fifty thousand Hungarian forints in support of the good work of the John Wesley homeless kindergarten.

During his visit, Ambassador Knott met with head kindergarten teachers, played with children and handed over the collected amount to the kindergarten’s director.

The British Embassy Budapest has long been supporting disadvantaged communities. Both in 2011 and in 2012 members of the embassy donated clothes, toys and non-perishable food items to poor and Roma communities. In the past 5 years the embassy also took part in Christmas soup kitchen for the homeless initiatives.

John Wesley Theological College