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Contribute or join online! AHF accepts all major credit cards and checks. AHF is a 501c(3) non-profit organization. Your donations may be tax deductible. Your information is secure not shared with anyone.

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If you are uncomfortable or unable to process an Internet transaction, download the AHF Membership Registration Form and mail it in with your check payable to "American Hungarian Federation." NOTE: If you are sending a donation for a specific fund, please be sure to include that on the form. (You do not need to become a member to donate):

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Since its founding, AHF has contributed millions to support disaster-stricken Hungarian communities here at home in the United States as well as across the Carpathian basin. [Review past efforts] and make a
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AHF selected the beautiful design "Sprint of 1956," scene here, by renowned artist Gyuri Hollosy who was also responsible for the Boston Liberty Square memorial to 1956 and many commissioned works across the country.AHF 1956 Memorial Fund:"The Spirit of 1956" - A National Memorial to the Fallen Heroes of the Hungarian Revolution in the Nation's Capital... AHF's 1956 Memorial Committee is seeking your help to establish a National Memorial to the Fallen Heroes of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution in the Nation's Capital! [read more]

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