Hub Up projects reflect our understanding that not all Jewish life needs to be arranged through organizations, and some of the most creative and impactful influences on a community can come from individuals or groups having an idea for a project.
Have you got a project idea or plan and need assistance to realize it? Do you need partners, professional support or resources to launch you project? The Mozaik Hub is open for all initiators and community activists, that want to make their project happen, and need professional or financial support.
How does the Mozaik Hub contribute to the success of your project or initiative?
- a workstation in the Mozaik Hub’s coworking space
- customized professional support in the form of consultancy and mentoring
- shared space for meetings and gatherings
- equipment and tools.
The Mozaik Hub’s intention is to be the ‘go-to place’ for Jewish community entrepreneurship. Our goal is to have 5-6 Hub Up projects supported every year. Recruitment for them will be done through Szarvas as well as public competitions and awards.
Besides the opportunities mentioned you can also apply for a microgrant with your Hub Up initiative. You can read more about our microgrants here. (Please note that only projects and initiatives from Hungary are eligible to receive a microgrant.)
If you are interested in learning more about these opportunities and would like to apply with your project or initiative please contact us.
Currently running Hub Up projects
City and village. Surplus and need. Stereotype and reality – those are the gaps over which Charity Taxi builds bridges. This unique initiative makes people interested in donation by going straight to their home, picking up their unneeded objects and giving it to those in need. Despite the project’s name it’s more than a social service, it involves people by giving them a chance of meeting others from different backgrounds. Learn more
Hellonews (or HellóNyúz in Hungarian) is an innovative media initiative for young people created by young people. Its primary goal is to foster critical thinking and active cizitenship among 12 to 16 year olds. The project would like to provide a forum for young people where they can learn about important public issues, where they can ask relevant questions about society and develop skills for critical thinking. Learn more
The www.luah.hu website is a nonpartisan online platform that offers free publicity and advertising opportunities for all local Jewish organizations including NGOs, institutions, synagogues informal groups and new initiatives. Community programs of each participating organization appear on this automated event calendar with equal chances to introduce the whole Jewish community scene to the public. Learn more
Salaam-Shalom Budapest was inspired by the German Salaam Schalom Initiative. The goal of this initiative is to provide opportunities for meetings and interaction for the Jewish, Muslim and other communities living in Budapest. Throughout these meetings participants have the chance to engage with constructive activities in a non political environment and framework while learning about each other. Learn more
The “Talmud not only for women” or Talmud NOW project is a series of lectures and other learning events that was launched in December 2014 with the aim to bring closer Jewish texts to our contemporary lives. With the help of invited guest lecturers all participants have the chance to deepen their knowledge in topics that are related to our times but were also discussed by our sages. Learn more