Hungarian Society of Massachusetts
The Hungarian Society of Massachusetts, Inc., is a non-profit, cultural organization which deliberately dissociates itself from partisan politics. Membership is open to individuals of all ideologies, religions and ethnic backgrounds who abide by the Society’s by-laws, and who desire to foster the Hungarian language and culture. The Hungarian Society of Massachusetts was founded in 1964. In the mid 1960’s they established a weekend school for Hungarian children, where volunteers taught 20-30 children to read and write in Hungarian. In 2000, the weekend Hungarian school was reestablished as the Béla Bartók Hungarian School of Boston. Many of Boskola’s students are also members of the Society’s scout troop.
Contact person: Lívia Rácz