The Reformed Church in Hungary, like all other churches and charities in Hungary, relies on 1% pledges of the taxpayers to support operation and social ministries of the Church. Each year RCH releases a visual communications campaign.
Ágnes studied at vocational school, worked in a factory for 17 years and then they sent her away. Her dreams did not come true, but she was able to start a new life. She found her place in a reformed congregation and now works as one of the most active members of her congregation.
The RCH's 1% campaign would like to show conversion and the inner and outer change that comes with it. We have looked for real life stories with real flesh and blood people behind them, whose lives have completely turned around by receiving the gospel and through the service of the Reformed Church.
The RCH has launched a new visual marketing campaign to remind Hungarian people of the church's presence in society and motivate taxpayers to support the Reformed church when allocating 1% of their annual income tax for churches and NGOs.