Pannonia Bio, Europe's largest single-site biorefinery, has committed to supporting programs for the physical and mental health of children in and around Dunaföldvár since its inception. This year, through exemplary cooperation with the municipality, they've offered financial aid targeting those in greatest need. The donation, timed for Christmas, totals 14.5 million forints.
The ceremonial moments of Pannonia's donation at Dunaföldvár's Municipality (from the left to the right): Pavel Kudriavtcev, Hódos Ferenc, Horváth Zsolt, Jung Katalin és Kuti Valéria
The donation is allocated by Dunaföldvár's municipality for four specific purposes: 4.5 million forints for psychological support for children and their families, 4 million for playground development and new equipment, another 4 million for hygiene and food packages for 200 needy locals, and 2 million during the holiday period (December 23 to January 1) for food aid in collaboration with the Hungarian Red Cross and local family and child welfare services.
Ferenc Hódos, Pannonia Bio's strategic director, emphasized the company's commitment to improving the quality of life in the region, including support for local institutions, cultural events, and those in need. They also funded the energy modernization of three local kindergartens, providing sustainable, energy-efficient heating for over 300 children.
Zsolt Horváth, the mayor of Dunaföldvár, expressed gratitude for Pannonia Bio's steadfast support, especially during challenging times, ensuring aid reaches those most in need. This donation allows the municipality to support more needy families and expand services for children facing developmental challenges.