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At Nhood, we work on projects that represent value for as many people as possible. In addition, we strive to contribute to the common good with volunteer work, employee donations and our financial means. This time we report on our support activities for the InDaHouse Hungary Association.

An important part of our corporate philosophy is to make a positive impact on the environment around us. That's why, in addition to our 3P projects, we support a number of foundations and institutions every year and consider it also important to contribute to the common good through volunteer work.

Last year we started a cooperation with the InDaHouse Hungary Association, who participated in our Élményplacc events at the Auchan Korzó shopping centers on several occassions. The creator of InDaHouse, Fruzsina Benkő and the other volunteers believe that all children are equally important and have the same right to knowledge, experiences and a secure future. That is why they hold regular individual and group development sessions for disadvantaged children living in the villages of Borsod. Their aim is to help young children born into disadvantaged families to become responsible adults in control of their own destiny, who can incorporate the knowledge and attitudes they learn from volunteers into the education of their own future offsprings.

InDaHouse also organises thematic summer camps for disadvantaged children, which can be adopted by individuals on a sponsorship basis. Our company decided to adopt the KisTanoda music and story camp for children aged 6-9 years. Stories not only comfort and soothe the little ones, but also develop their imagination and creativity.

In addition, Nhood Hungary staff also contributed to the association's operations through their voluntary work. On July 10, Gergely Pallér and Tamás Nagy, and on July 11, Dóra Diána Szemerédi, Bence Máró, László Csöngei and Bernadett Zajné Biki helped renovate the InDaHouse's school in Hernádszentandrás, so that teaching and development sessions can start in the building in September.

Dóra Diána Szemerédi, Head of CSR at Nhood Hungary said the following about this topic:

"Currently, 250 children living in extreme poverty fall under the wings of Indahouse. This number is increasing every year, because the children like attending the sessions. The association's staff make learning a fun experience for the children through lots of reinforcement, encouragement and topics chosen by the little ones, giving them real help to overcome the challenges they face at school. The niche work of the association is an asset for our company, which is why we support their activities. We thank all Nhooders who have volunteered to support the work of InDaHouse."