Let’s double up! We have launched a campaign, we are counting on you

With the motto “Good for everyone”, we launched a series of campaigns as part of our “Double Bet” competition.

We know that Christmas is coming, household costs are rising, yet we try to rely on your good heart, as the purpose of our online campaign is fundraising.

What do we collect for?
Our association has been operating a city barrier-free database uniquely in the country since 2018, continuously developing it. You can access the Barrier-free Pécs database here on our website for free in Hungarian and English. We can help you with this to get to know and plan the truly accessible locations in Pécs and its surroundings. The online database of the sites explored so far can be accessed free of charge by clicking here: https://peoplefirst.hu/en/akadalymentes-pecs/

The professionally prepared, self-involved members of our so-called “sticker” team exploring the sites are working to develop this barrier-free environment in Pécs and its surroundings.

Although the database is available to you for free, exploring new locations and constantly updating existing ones costs us, of course.

With the current campaign, our goal is to collect 250.000 forints to finance this. This is the goal we have set and please help us make it happen!

Our sponsor is the Power of Humanity Foundation within the framework of the “Double Bet 2022” tender, our amount will be doubled if we manage to reach the HUF 250,000 goal by December 4. So support us!

How and where can you do it?
It is very easy to support us online with the amount of your choice on our website by clicking on the nice pink ADOMÁNYOZOK (means:DONATE) button: https://peoplefirst.hu/en/

Please pay attention to one thing if you support us:
be sure to include our motto “Good for everyone” in the personal message section to keep track of donations.
Thanks and gratitude!

Take part in the campaign with your story!
As part of the campaign, from 21. November to 4. December you can read every night on our Facebook page from an association member: Why is it good to live everyday life in an accessible environment?
If you have your own story on the subject, we are happy to read about it.
Write to us at info@peoplefirst.hu email (in English too), and we’ll post your story on Facebook. Or simply write in the comments under one of the Facebook posts. 🙂


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