The residents of the Immánuel Home in Debrecen received a Santa Claus day gift

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On the occasion of the World Day of People with Disabilities, representatives of the Debrecen Charitable Body – thanks to the offer of Reál Hungária Éleskeder Kft. – handed over Santa Claus packages to the Immanuel Home, Primary School of Developmental Education of the Reformed Parish of Debrecen on December 3, 2021.

The company offered a total of 600 Santa’s packages worth HUF 900,000, 72 of which were a pleasure for the caregivers of Immánuel Home.

As Zsófia Győri, the director of the institution, said in connection with the handover at the Immánuel Home, they are happy not only with specific gifts but also with the fact that others are curious about them. Arriving guests can show themselves a little better on such occasions, and as a result of the encounters, both the residents and the guests of the home will prosper and be enriched in spirit. Preparations are long for every holiday, including Advent and Christmas, so rehearsals for the Christmas celebration began weeks ago. Although the epidemic situation is also a hallmark of this, they strive to ensure that children and staff can experience a full-fledged holiday in the institution.

According to Diána Széles, Deputy Mayor of Debrecen, Co-Chair of the Debrecen Charitable Body, children with disabilities are cared for and educated in the Immánuel Home with great love and attention. It is a touching and heartwarming experience to get a glimpse into this loving little world during a visit and to see how sincere joy the gifts bring. The co-chairman of the Debrecen Charitable Body believes that people with disabilities can feel that they have a caring community behind them, as in the last ten years the Hungarian government has helped, supported, and cared for them in many cases.

The Debrecen Charitable Board will deliver the packages to the Covid orphans, the children living in the Debrecen-based residential homes of the Greek Catholic Child Protection Center in Debrecen, the young people of the Debrecen Correctional Institution, and the children of the families supported by the board.


Debrecen Charitable Body

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