Palvin Barbara is our new main supporter!
It is a great pleasure to share with you the news, that from now, Barbara Palvin is going to help our work as one of the main supporters of our foundation. Together with Barbara, we would like to draw your attention to how we can create a friendlier and more livable world for people with autism. Like Barbara Palvin’s heart, let your heart painted with BLUE! 💙 Get your own Blue Heart badge and stand up for a good cause! #KékSzív #együttazautistákért #megértenielfogadnisegíteni 💙Photos
Maybe the person standing next to you is autistic?
Youngsters with autism spectrum disorders. Some of us who now share our own stories with unprecedented courage and honesty, giving a more accurate picture of how complex and diverse the world is from their perspective and how we can make their daily lives easier. Within the framework of the MTVA – Jónak lenni jó! (~ It is good to be good) charity initiative, you can also support the goal of our foundation: the establishment of the first Autistic Sample House - Diagnostic and Therapeutic Center in Hungary. Special thanks to the main characters: Lilla, Mariann, Noémi, Aristide, Bence, Kristóf and Viktor.Video Photos
# bluecookie campaign
With blue cookie for autistic people? YES! 🧁Instead of an Advent cookie fair, you can also support us from home. Bake a blue cookie, or just decorate the plate or place setting with a blue item and support the autistic and their families! 🧁Be proud that you helped others, capture your cake and the moment and upload it to one of your social media pages with these hashtags: #kéksüti, #együttazautistákért, so that others can be informed about the initiative. 💙MOL supports our foundation and people with autism with HUF 500 after each picture. You can upload your pictures until 26th December.
Being good is good!
We are proud to announce that MTVA – Being good is good! program collects for our foundation this year. This charity program will take place from 3rd November to 20th December. We are really appreciate your trust again, thank you.Photos
Szikra Talent Camp
In August we were able to support another great initiative by helping 40 kids with autism take part in a two-week children’s camp. The camp was organized by the Szikra Talent Care Association. The lucky children took part in amazing activities such as equestrian therapy, a petting zoo, joy painting, museum visits and art therapy. As part of “life preparedness day”, participants were able to practice everyday tasks such as shopping and writing emails. Take a look at our photos of the best moments.Photos
Csudibogár Club (Dorkies’ Club) - Lupa Beach
💙On 1 August we visited Lupa Beach, where, with support from Hungarian Beach Football - MSMN Kft., kids from the Csudibogár Club played “quiet football” together in addition to other exciting outdoor activities. It was an awesome day, and we captured the best moments on camera so make sure to check out the photo gallery!Photos
Mother’s Day campaign
At the request of STRAND Festival, on the occasion of Mother's Day, four iconic Hungarian musicians got together to cover János Bródy's song “Mama Please”. MOL and the Together for Autistic People Foundation supported the initiative with 1 HUF per each video view, and at the end of the campaign we were able to help 10 disadvantaged mothers raising autistic children alone, each of whom received HUF 200,000.Video
Csudibogár Club - Continental Citygolf Club
The long-awaited day finally arrived. Our little Dorkies were able to meet in person again, which was a huge joy for everyone involved. 🙏 Special thanks and gratitude to Continental Citygolf Club and their super nice team for the fantastic location and their support. We created a lot of exciting activities, including golf training, a Dixit association quiz, a “1 minute and you win” creative skill contest, and a “Believe it or not” science fiction quiz that our Dorkies enjoyed with their afternoon snack.Video Photos
In 2020, more of you than ever before supported autistic people by offering 1% of your personal income tax. Thank you so much!Video Photos
International Autism Awareness Day #éniskékvagyok
On International Autism Awareness Day on 2 April some of Hungary’s most famous landmarks turned blue. In Budapest, in addition to the Statue of Liberty, at the initiative of the Together for Autistic People Foundation, the Palace for Arts, Puskás Arena, Groupama Arena, Duna Arena, Telekom Headquarters, Clark Hotel and the Felix Kitchen & Bar were all lit in brilliant blue. Several Hungarian cities joined the initiative, including Győr, Nagykanizsa, Székesfehérvár, Tatabánya, Veszprém and Zalaegerszeg. Thank you to everyone who supported our #éniskékvagyok campaign by capturing and sharing your favourite blue moments, so that as many people as possible could learn about International Autism Awareness Day.Video Photos
Advent Cake Shop 2019
On 14 and 15 December, we invited you to a charity dessert fair in front of St. Stephen’s Basilica to support and donate towards our common goal of establishing the first Autistic Model House Development and Methodology Centre. At the two-day event, you had the opportunity to buy Christmas confections from your favourite Hungarian artists, presenters, athletes and influencers. Members of Csudibogár Club also visited our Advent Cake Shop, so that those wishing to donate were able to purchase poppyseed rolls, Gerbeaud cakes and gingerbread not only from celebrities, but also from children with spectrum disorders and autism.Video Photos
Bence Buday is a 13-year-old boy with a spectrum disorder, looking for Dorkies going through similar experiences at this young age. The Csudibogár (Dorky) Club was created by Bence's mother as an opportunity for her autistic son and kids like him to make friends. For children with autism spectrum disorders, friendship does not come easy, and their situation is made worse by the fact that they are homeschooled, so they spend most of their time at home. The Together for Autistic People Foundation and the Csudibogár Club will work closely together in the future to help even more Dorkies find new friends. At the monthly meetings, teenagers can spend the afternoon doing art therapy sessions in addition to card games, and everyone can find the form of self-expression that is closest to them.Photos
We became the Together For Autistic People Foundation
Definitive moments, lasting experiences, huge milestones. 💙 As the Road to Smiles Foundation, we did a lot for disadvantaged people in recent years, gathering donations for people with autism through shared experiences. As a result of our work, we helped modernize the Primary School of the Autism Foundation, and we are very proud to have opened Hungary's first Autistic Examination Centre in 2018 together with Heim Pál Children's Hospital. We are currently raising funds for our biggest dream, which is to realize the first Autistic Model House Development and Methodology Centre in Hungary. In the future, we will continue our work as the Together For Autistic People Foundation.Video Photos
#együttazautistákért (#togetherforautists) Festival activities 2019
Although summer seems to have just come and gone, our foundation has reached yet another important milestone in the meantime. We are extremely grateful to all of you who went to VOLT Festival, Balaton Sound, Szitizen and Beach Festival, for supporting our joint initiative with MOL by your presence, enthusiasm and proactivity 💙❤. Thank you for posting the hashtag #EGYÜTTAZAUTISTÁKÉRT thousands of times, which helped us to raise HUF 10 million together with MOL during the 2019 summer festivals season.Video Photos
Smile Concert 2019, concerts by Magdi Rúzsa and the 100-member Gypsy Orchestra
We can’t put into words how we felt, with more than a thousand other people, during the charity concert performed by Magdi Rúzsa and the 100-member Gypsy Orchestra, which we organized on 30 May.Video Photos
Advent Flashmob 2018
As the closing moment of our foundation's Advent charity event, Hungarian celebrities sang Neoton Familia’s song “Once Christmas Has Passed”.Video Photos
Advent Cake Shop 2018
At our Advent Cake Shop, you can buy delicious Christmas desserts from our favourite athletes and presenters. The proceeds will go towards helping autistic people.Video Photos
International Autism Awareness Day Walk for people with autism 2019
We are delighted to have been able to participate in the Walk for People with Autism event again, thanks to the International Growing-up Foundation. It was great to see so many of us walking together for a common cause.Photos
Modernizing the Autism Foundation Primary School
With your help, we were able to achieve last year’s Advent goal, modernizing the Autism Foundation Primary School. In addition to the school’s interior, the school yard was also renovated.Photos
Party for smiles! Festival activities 2018
In 2018, we participated in the four largest Hungarian festivals, namely, VOLT, Balaton Sound, Sziget and Strand Festival, for the first time.Video Photos
International Autism Awareness Day Walk for people with autism 2018
On International Autism Awareness Day, we focused our thoughts on families affected by the autism spectrum disorder. The Walk for people with autism, organized by the International Growing-up Foundation, was also a great example of how touching and important collaboration can be.Photos
Opening of the Autistic Examination Centre in the Madarász Street section of Heim Pál Children's Hospital
On 13 March 2018, we opened the first autism-accessible examination Centre in Central Europe in the Madarász Street department of the Heim Pál National Institute of Paediatrics in Budapest. In the renovated Centre, children with autism can receive health care in a clean, accessible environment, based on their specific needs and requirements. The professional examination Centre and waiting room is unique in Hungary and is maintained by the Heim Pál National Institute of Paediatrics, and will help many families and facilitate the examination of autistic children.Photos
Havasi Symphonic - Elderflower
Thanks to our collaboration with Balázs Havasi, 12,000 lights were lit simultaneously for charity. One of the most special songs in our country, Bodzavirág (Elderflower) was performed by 12,000 voices, with the most wonderful symphonic accompaniment and a children's choir.Video Photos
Kind Messages for Autistic People.
In the context of the “Kind Messages for Autistic People” movement, we used the combined power of kindness and cooperation to convey our messages to everyone.Photos
Smile Concert 2017
There was a fantastic atmosphere at the first Smile Concert. Make sure to check out the best moments. Thank you all for your participation, help and support. The fundraising is far from over, and we won’t stop until we have collected enough money to establish Hungary’s first autism examination Centre at the Heim Pál Children's Hospital.Video Photos
Smile Concert 2017 promo videos
A huge number of well-known people also helped promote the 2017 Smile concert. Take a look at the videos and photos. We are grateful for their help.Video Photos
To understand. To accept. To help. AUTISM
We made our film in cooperation with Északi Támpont Association to present a community, the Matyula family, raising an autistic child. Theirs in a great example of why a special hospital examination Centre for children with autism is needed. By watching this film you can learn more about the problems Bálint has to deal with in everyday life.Video
Hallelujah - Advent Flashmob at St. Stephen’s Basilica
As the culmination of our foundation's Advent events, Hungarian stars sang Leonard Cohen's famous song, Hallelujah, together. We are grateful to everyone who attended the event and contributed to the success of our fundraising. The Foundation aims to create a new, modern artificial respiration environment for severely injured children at Heim Pál Children's Hospital who need ventilation assistance in the long term.Video
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