Xpatloop.com raises HUF 2.7 mln at charity birthday party

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Dávid Bacsa

In celebration of its 15th birthday, Xpatloop.com along, with its partners and supporters, raised HUF 2.7 million at a charity party on November 5 held at Hotel Corinthia, with more than 250 expatriates in attendance.

(Photo: Dávid Bacsa)

The Charity Auction, which was held in the evening, raised a record amount of funds, with items up for bid being provided by Turkish Airlines, Zsófia Cruise Ship, allyoucanmove.hu, Notebookspecialista, Mindfulness Matters Studio, Wunderlich, Gundel Restaurant, Sanjiv Kumar, Zoltán Jancsó, Júlia Odin Végh, Adam Goodman, and other generous supporters.

During the event, guests could learn more about Xpatloop.comʼs partners through interactive displays including: American International School, Britannica International School, CEU Business School, Notebookspecialista, Match Made Abroad, Foundrybox, Simon Skottowe, and the main sponsor FirstMed. 

"We were delighted to welcome the owner of the BBJ at our annual Xpat Charity Event. Iʼm grateful for his positive feedback about the party, both from a professional and personal perspective. Building bridges, strengthening connections and creating synergy to help others is what itʼs all about in my humble opinion. Iʼd like to take this opportunity to thank all the event supporters who came together to make this our most successful event for Hungarian charity so far." – Stephen Linfitt, the founder of XpatLoop.com, Hungaryʼs most popular community portal for expats, told the BBJ.

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