Diversity Public Utility Foundation is a non-profit organization founded in 2007. Our mission is to build an inclusive society that is ecologically responsible and sustainable. Most of our projects are located in Gödöllő and the surrounding area, Central Hungary, although we have education programmes in other parts of the country as well.
Labour market reintegration
Since 2017 we have been working on labour market reintegration of disadvantaged people, as part of the INCORPORA network in Hungary. We provide individual job counselling in Gödöllő and its surroundings for disadvantaged people such as career starters, those with low levels of education or aged above fifty years, disabled people, women, people living in poverty. We help our clients writing CVs, looking for job opportunities and accompany them throughout the job search process until successful employment.
Our activities include the elaboration and realization of trainings in the field of ecological farming, equal opportunities and environmental awareness-raising. We are a licensed education institution. Apart of formal education programmes, we also take part in CSR and awareness-raising events. Our education activities are practice-oriented, and we have an extensive pool of ecological agriculture experts and practitioners, as our teachers and trainers.
International projects, Erasmus+
The foundation has already participated in Erasmus+ KA2 projects, has experience in vocational education. Our activities include developing and delivering trainings for professionals who work with disadvantaged people. The training methodology particularly supports the motivation and effective development of low educated people.
Cooperation with family shelter
In March 2018 we started a cooperation with a Family Shelter (Családok Átmeneti Otthona) in Gödöllő: we created a vegetable patch in their garden and have been cultivating it ever since together with the families, especially with children, during weekly gardening sessions.
“Holdvilág” social garden
In 2019 we started our Social Garden (Holdvilág szociális kert) in Gödöllő, aiming to provide learning and working opportunities for disabled and disadvantaged people. Our ecological garden is a place for trainings, volunteer programs, school camps and community events related to environmentally conscious lifestyle and social inclusion.