The Tündérkör Foundation organize the 4th Charity Candy Collector FlashMob on Ground Floor Door 14 at Csemete Street 36-38 in Debrecen between 8 am and 6 pm on the 19th of December.
The collecting will be carried out under health regulations. Sweets delivered on-site will undergo ozone generator disinfection. The organizers are waiting for everyone with the goodies they have collected. You can bring anything with a minimum warranty of 2 months and store-bought candy. The first 200 donators receive a fridge magnet of thanks. Real Hungarian outlaws will guard the donations, direct those interested, and pay attention to the adherence of health regulations too.
This event is an awareness-raising program designed to focus as much spotlight as possible on fallen children while also donating.
The foundation distributes the collected sweets to families with children in need at Fairy Christmas and the Christmas Food Duty before and during the holidays. These happenings are brought to life by the Tündérkör Foundation, and the latter is not an event but a process.
The event is a press release. That is why sound and video recordings are made on the spot, and the Tündérkör Foundation is free to dispose of them following the provisions of the relevant PTK. Leaflets and advertisements can be made from it, and the foundation can publish it freely. Every participant accepts this when entering the event area. The area of the event will be clearly marked, outside of that, the staff of the foundation will not make any recordings.
The Tündérkör Foundation is an organically organized and continuously developing foundation, one of the most innovative non-profit organizations in Hungary. It is made up of conscientious volunteers and leaders. Imagine a circle of volunteers as well as donors, who protect the angel in the middle of the circle. It symbolizes the invisible network of supporters created for a needy and hungry child and kept alive for years.
The fairy circle is an inexplicable phenomenon in certain parts of Africa. Due to the heat and drought, no blade of grass can survive long. Yet in these areas, at intervals, circular grass formations with a diameter of a few meters are created, these called fairy circles. They are there for a few days and then disappear without a trace.
The foundation got its name from here. Where they are the least expected and where they are the most needed, they show up and help. The Tündérkör Foundation, led by Ferenc “Zsé” Tóth, who is a special education assistant, helps children in need in Debrecen and the neighboring area. This year, Ferenc received the Kopp-Skrabski Prize, which is awarded to those who keep children and families at the center of their activities and work with their expertise and activities for the happiness of families. The winner himself grew up with a difficult fate and was raised in state care. The old dream of the specialist working as a special education assistant in a specialized institution came true with the establishment of his foundation.