Király Anikó - Mozduljunk ki! Egyesület

Mozduljunk ki! Egyesület - A zene összeköt, híd ember és ember között

"New Day – New Hopes"

2017 óta vagyok a Mozduljunk ki! Egyesület önkéntese.

A Mozduljunk ki! program célja, hogy segítse azokat a fiatal mozgássérülteket, akiknek régi vágya, hogy önállóan, szülői segítség nélkül kapcsolódhassanak ki - ahogy általában minden fiatal -, de állapotuk miatt ez szakmai segítség nélkül nem megoldható. A program elsődleges célcsoportja a fiatal mozgássérültek, akik többségében szegregáltan élnek, négy fal között. Őket szeretnénk segíteni abban, hogy kimozduljanak és olyan programokban vegyenek részt, ahol közös élményeket tudnak szerezni, nem fogyatékos társaikkal együtt.

Az egyesülettel kapcsolatos összes tevékenységet mindenki a főállása mellett, szabadidejében és önkéntes alapon végzi.

Segíts nekünk, hogy apró lépésenként növekedni tudjunk és pénzhiány miatt senkinek se kelljen lemondania olyan élményekről, ami mindenkinek jár!❤️

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Music is a connection, a bridge between two souls

Do you attend live music concerts and gigs now and on? If your answer is yes, you probably know that an event like
this can make such a positive impact on your life and wellbeing. Meeting new people, or just simply having a chat with friends while enjoying your favourite band, can make you forget for a bit all you problems and difficulities …
This is exactly what we want to deliver to the wheelchair user people. But all this would be impossible without the work of our
volounteers, that are there to assist them in many - for us obvious -and simple things that might be unknown for the majority of us - maybe you wouldn’t even think about them.
For example it can be a real adventure to get to the venues or back home by using public transport, or get food and drink while you are there, not metioning to get to the toilet if it’s not accessible…
You are probably aware also, that attending such an event is not free of charge. If you need help, you pay exactly the
double. One ticket for yourself and one for your helper. So after all, if you ever wondered why you don’t often see
wheelchair users at these events, this might be one of the many reasons. We are working on to change all this! - hopefully with your contribution - Simply because music is for everyone….
Our purpose is to give even chance to the most wheelchair users possible to attend and enjoy live music and festivals. So we provide them professional personal assistance free of charge.
Till today our team of about 60 volounteers has helped more than 100 wheelchair users, at nearly 70 concerts and
3 SZIGET Festivals.

List of donors

2019-08-29 anonym 500HUF
2019-08-29 Anonim 10 000HUF
2019-09-05 Krucifix 1 000HUF Buulliii!
2019-09-10 Süni amount not public Hajrá Sushi csak így tovább! :)
2019-09-15 x 500HUF xx
2019-09-15 Remete amount not public F.L. : )
2019-09-15 z666 5 444HUF
2019-09-19 apllzs amount not public Zseniális kezdeményezésnek tartom. Csak íg tovább!

Related event - "New Day – New Hopes"


“New Day – New Hopes” is a new community fundraising event the central element of which is a walk starting late at night and finishing at sunrise. The main participants of the morning walk are fundraising Ambassadors who, through their participation in the event, collect funds for a Good Cause of their choosing in their own circle of friends.

The concept and the spirit of the event are built around two thoughts: the dawn after the night, the sunrise, which symbolizes hope and optimism in the future and the common walk that reflects the cooperation between individuals and organizations. All of this without any political overtones, the event is solely focused on the activities of NGOs and on fundraising.

The morning walk will take place on 5. Octobre 2019 (Saturday), its planned route will be from the Széll Kálmán square to the top of the Gellért Hill (about 3.5 km). The planned departure time is 5:00, the sun rises at 6:47, and the program ends with a common breakfast after sunrise.

" There was never a night or a problem that could defeat sunrise or hope."
(Bernard Williams)​