Hungarian American Coalition

A credible, dependable voice for the interests of Hungarians in the US and around the world.

Washington, DC   |  www.hacusa.org

Mission

To identify and promote the aspirations, concerns, and interests of the Hungarian-American community. To foster interest and appreciation in the United States for the history and culture of Hungary, including its literature, arts, and scientific achievements. To promote the cooperation and communication among members. To encourage cultural and educational interaction between the peoples of the US and Hungary. To protect and preserve the human and minority rights and cultural heritage of Hungarians throughout the world. To support democratic institutions and economic development in Hungary.

Ruling year info

1992

President

Andrea Lauer Rice

Main address

PO Box 57135

Washington, DC 20037 USA

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EIN

52-1768656

NTEE code info

Community Celebrations (A27)

Youth Development Programs (O50)

Alliance/Advocacy Organizations (Q01)

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This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

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John N Lauer Leadership Training Program (formerly CIP)

The Leadership Training Program is open to qualified Hungarians from Hungary, the surrounding region and the US. Interns spend 4 months in a customized internship program in a Washington DC think tank or organization. Interns gain valuable life experience and understanding of the civic engagement model in the US and establish a new network of professional contacts.
To date, the CIP and LTP programs have more than 100 alumni, who remain involved in an active network once they return home.
The program is currently funded through grants from The Hungary Initiatives Foundation and the Pannonius Foundation.

Population(s) Served

The HATOG conference series has been held 10 times since 2005 in various locations across the US (DC, San Francisco, Atlanta, Chicago, New Brunswick, Boston, Ligonier and others) The goal of the workshop is to provide a regional networking opportunity for organizations to come together and share best practices, network and gain professional development experience.

Population(s) Served

Established in 1997, this Fund provides partial annual scholarships to Hungarian students to pursue studies at US colleges and universities.

Population(s) Served

This Fund provides monthly financial assistance to qualified Hungarian university students studying in Hungary and the surrounding countries. Established in 1999 by Dr. Bela and April Bognar, the Coalition was requested to take over administration of the program in 2014.

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Hungarian American Coalition

Board of directors
as of 01/21/2020
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Dr Agnes Virga

Boston, MA

Max Teleki

Washington DC

Csilla Grauzer

Minnesota Hungarians

Endre szentkiralyi

United Hungartian Societies

Stefan Fedor

American Hungarian Heritage House

Zsolt Szekeres

Budapest, Hungary

George Pogan

Cleveland, OH