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Since 1922, we’ve been serving people of Hungarian descent strengthen their heritage in the Greater Chicago Area.
We sponsor causes, events and scholarship program to support the Hungarian identity of our community and for the next generations.
Come support our efforts by joining our team of volunteers who are excelling in organizing annual meetings and fundraising events for all ages.
One of the most important permanent charitable activities of the club is its own scholarship program, which is the only financial support organization for educational purposes aimed at American Hungarian students in the entire midwest region. In 23 years, the...Read more
Remembering 60 years ago …
It was dawn ... the day the Russians struck again. We were awakened by the roar of heavy guns. The radio was a shambles. All we got was the national anthem, played over and over again, and continual repetition of Premier Nagy's announcement that after a token resistance we must cease fighting and appeal to the free world for help . . .
Become the Next Recipient of 2017 Scholarship Awards!
Twenty-three years of scholarship winners in the annual Hungarian Club scholarship drive.
News & Updates
We are determined to constantly update you in both English and Hungarian languages.
Az évszázad utolsó évtizedének kétségkívül egyik legfontosabb eseménye az azóta is működő ösztöndíjadás létrehozása 1993. augusztus 26-án, melyel a Klub a magyar közösségi életben kiemelkedő szerepet vállaló, az iskolában pedig jó eredményeket elérő diákokat támogatja. A program Krémer Sándor, Bicók
The Hungarian Communion of Friends cordially invites all to the ITT-OTT Conference being held August 13-20, 2016 in its traditional home, Lake Hope State Park in Ohio. For over thirty years, the conference has been presenting high level lectures and
Join us for a summer afternoon filled with food, good company & fun for all ages! Enjoy Hungarian specialties such as pork chops and lángos (fried flat-bread), alongside picnic traditions like corn-on-the-cob and hot-dogs starting at 12 Noon. A Hungarian
The Hungarian Cultural Advisory Council of Chicago, together with the local civil and religious organizations, welcomed Prime Minister of Hungary Victor Orban on May 20th, 2012. The event was held at St. Stephen King of Hungary Church, where more than
Our Annual Events
Throughout the year, we bring together people of all ages to celebrate the Hungarian culture and tradition by enjoying its great cuisine, music and dances. Our volunteer team plays an important role in carefully organizing these events. Come join and be part of our next event!
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Our Collaborative Friends
We are pleased to share the same values over the decades.