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Hungarian – American Sport Scholarship  


The Hungarian American Sports Scholarship is a joint initiative of the Hungarian Hub and the Parents’ House Public Benefit Foundation.

It provides young people in care who are talented in sports with the opportunity to pursue a career in American sports.

The idea for the Sports Scholarship was born in the context of the Hungarian Summit series of events, in connection with the visit of Katinka Hosszú, three-time Olympic champion Hungarian swimmer.

As Piros Pazaurek, Honorary Consul of Hungary in Central Florida and founder of the Hungarian Hub and Hungarian Summit, states, “Together with Dénes Kemény, Miklós Gór Nagy, Petra Schmidt, and a couple of sports companies, we collaborated to establish a two-week camp at a private sports academy in Florida as a preliminary step, which we can subsequently expand to a higher education program.”

The purpose of the Sports Scholarship is to bring Hungarian youths who have fewer opportunities, achieve outstanding results in sports, and live in state care, to the United States, where they can participate in a 2-week sports camp.

Charity auction 2024.



The Hungarian Summit will take place on May 23-24, 2024 in Daytona Beach, Florida. https://hungariansummit.com/

On the first day of the Summit, the Scholarship will be launched with the participation of business leaders, public figures, and high-level academics in an exclusive film screening and audience meeting entitled ’My America’. The screening will be attended by Dr. Dénes Kemény, three-time captain of the Hungarian national water polo team and founder of the Parents’ House Public Benefit Foundation.

On the second day of the event, a selection of relics donated by famous athletes will be exhibited and auctioned. These include the autographed sword of Áron Szilágyi, three-time Olympic champion Hungarian fencer, Katinka Hosszú’s autographed swimming cap and the autographed water polo ball of the multiple Olympic champion water polo team led by Dénes Kemény.


In addition, other iconic objects, photographs and artworks from Hungary and America were donated by renowned artists for the raffle at the Gala Dinner.

The proceeds from the auction and raffle will be donated to the Sports Scholarship Fund.