Futureal-Cordia-HelloParks Group helping Ukrainian refugees with HUF 300 mln, shelter


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The Futureal-Cordia-HelloParks Group will donate HUF 300 mln in addition to the amount raised by its employees to support humanitarian projects in three countries (Hungary, Poland, Romania). The group is also identifying its properties suitable for humanitarian activities.

In line with this, in Poland – in Gdańsk, Wrocław, and Warsaw - the transformation of the group's buildings and the establishment of a temporary kindergarten and shelters for refugees has already begun.

Cordia offers its available furnished rental apartments in Budapest free of charge to refugee families in need.

The company also calls on Cordia's customers to also provide housing for those affected and to support aid organizations working to address the crisis.

"We are following events in Ukraine with a heavy heart and with a deep sense of duty to help. I am very proud of everyone at Futureal-Cordia Group, as many of our colleagues have already taken in refugees and many are preparing to also actively participate in the programs and donations we are organizing," said Gábor Futó, founder and co-owner of Futureal Group.

The group is currently working with several humanitarian aid and medical organizations that help rescue people from Ukraine.



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