The Bethlen Gábor Foundation was established in 2000 and has been supporting the teaching and learning activities at the Bethlen Gábor College in Aiud ever since.
The main objectives of the Foundation are:
contribution to the costs of boarding students
supporting students’ scientific and literary activities
support for cultural and sporting events
rewarding students who have achieved outstanding academic results
raising the quality of teaching and learning
housing allowance for young teachers
The Foundation’s activities and achievements in 2019:
Supporting students with scholarships and prizes: the Godparent programme, the Communitas scholarship, the Vienna Scholarship, the Juhász Mária Scholarship, the Molnár Árpád Prize, the Berlin Scholarship, the McKay Scholarship, the Dr. Hangody László Prize, Sepsi Noémi Zsuzsanna Prize, Simon László Prize, Stefanovszky Postgraduate Scholarship, Sógor Csaba Tertiary Education Scholarship, dr Veress László Tertiary Education Scholarship, Dr. Szőcs Gyula Kálmán Tertiary Education Scholarship, Bajusz Pál Prize.
Management of the special prizes to be awarded at the 15 March celebrations, graduation and end-of-year ceremonies
Support for the activities of the Fenichel Samuel Self-education Circle. The circle coordinates the academic activities of the students of the college.
Financial support for the Fügevirág folk dance group in the college.
Support for Collegium Gabrielense, an early music and dance ensemble.
Support for the college’s Chorus Princeps choir.
Support for the Reverse Horseshoe Drama Circle
Organisation of events or support for events organised by the college Bethlen Ball, Bethlen Day, 15 March, 1956 commemoration, etc.
Financial support for the publication of publications about the school.
Covering the costs of travel to scientific meetings and competitions.
The Foundation has become the owner of a 4-bedroom apartment in Aiud through a donation from Kaba Piroska.
Supported talent workshops, events, competitions, happenings:
Competitions – Ilona Zrínyi/Gordius Mathematics Competition – Cluj Napoca – Turzai Ildikó – RON 750
Expansion of the library stock of Bethlen Gábor College – Lőrincze Lajos library expansion application – RON 293,37
Purchase of beds for the dormitory of Bethlen Gábor College – RON 2990
Contribution to a reward package for preparatory class students at the beginning of the school year – RON 232,8
Organisation and support of the Renaissance afternoon -Galambfalvi Angyalka- RON 4988 – BGA application
Support for a trip to the Búvópatak cave in Szolcsva – Dr. László Enikő – RON 450
Support for travel to the Xantus competition – Cluj – Dvorácsek Ágoston – RON 69
Support for the “Kőrösi Csoma Sándor Memorial Day” event – RON 475
Funding for the organisation of the Bethlen Gábor College’s archives – EUR 3000
Purchase of an iron cabinet for the archive – RON 790
Support for travel to the IX Folk Singing Competition – Méra – Szabó L. Zsombor – RON 120
Support for travel to the “Singing in the Spirit” Psalm and Folk Song Singing Competition – Oradea – Szabó L. Zsombor – RON 205
Purchase of books for the library of Bethlen Gábor College – Ercsey Etelka – RON 40
Support for a trip to an extraordinary literature class on the occasion of Ady Endre’s birthday – Csucsa – Turzai Melánia– RON 1000
Wekerle Sándor library stock replenishment tender – Ercsey Etelka -RON 266
Contribution for making Christmas decorations for charity – Nagy Mónika – RON 100
“Őrhegy Aljában” self-study circle support – Lázár Emőke, Horváth Enikő – RON 424,75
“Hajnal akar lenni…” competition and support for travel to the “KÓTA Folk Music Qualifier” competition – Cluj-Napoca – Szabó L. Zsombor – RON 97 n
Support for an event organised by the Kurucok Memorial Guards – Galambfalvi Angyalka– RON 225
Support for a trip to the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Apáczai Lyceum – Cluj-Napoca – Turzai Melania – RON 70
Support for an event organised by the Kurucok Memorial Guards – Galambfalvi Angyalka – RON 172
Santa Claus performance support, costume purchase -Bartha Melinda – RON 300
Support for the Reverse Horseshoe Drama Group – T-shirts – Fodor Katalin – RON 629
Prize for the instructor of the Reverse Horseshoe Drama Club – 7500 Ron from BGA grant
Support for the Collegium Gabrielense Renaissance Dance Ensemble – Teaching Prize – RON 2300 – partly from BGA grant
Purchasing ingredients for Christmas decorations – Mester Ágnes – RON 177, 6
Support for the “Advent Wreath” competition – Déva -Mester Ágnes– RON 450
Danube House Project, travel expenses – Torockó – Szakács Ildikó – 600 Ron
Support for the team participating in the Wise Students competition – Krizbai Jenő – RON 168,86
Support for the trip to the Hauer Erich Physics Competition – Téglás Gábor Elementary School, Déva – Dvorácsek Ágoston – RON 103
Support for the activities of the Fenichel Sámuel Self-education Circle – purchase of toner -Dvorácsek Ágoston – RON 480
Support for student days organised by the Bethlen Gábor College Student Council – reimbursement of travel expenses for musicians – RON 210
End-of-year bonus for graduating students: RON 800
Support for the repatriation of students from the Gheorgheni Basin – RON 11 142
Grass seed for the courtyard of Bethlen Gábor College and Foundation – RON 200
Projector, laptop repair – RON 179,43
Purchase of cleaning tablets for the canteen – RON 902
Purchase of a table lamp for the warehouse – RON 73
Aiud -Soltvadkert visit to sister school- Harvest Festival- Melinda Bartha – RON 5000
Purchase of bed linen and work coats for the college-RON 1239
Support for Yuppi Association -RON 1000
Foundation operating costs in 2019 (salaries, bills)- RON 31 808
Targeted grants managed and implemented by the Bethlen Gábor Foundation:
Godparent programme – RON 238982
Molnár Árpád Prize Scholarship – RON 2500
Simon László Prize – Scholarship -RON 5689
Sepsi Noémi Zsuzsanna Prize – RON 1000
Juhász Mária scholarship – RON 6495
Vienna Scholarship – RON 6000
Berlin Scholarship – RON 12700
Margaret Mckay Scholarship – RON 1800
Dominich Sándor Prize – RON 200
Kisvárda scholarship: RON 9997
Transylvanian Reformed Church District: RON 21 500 -operation and reward books.
Donations and other income:
2% – RON 4608
Veldhausen – RON 12842
MIT grant – RON200
Other donations – RON 50267
Exchange rate increase – RON 26200
Other financial investment income – RON 12787
The donations listed above were made by companies and individuals to support our students’ travel to competitions.
The Bethlen Gábor Foundation of Aiud’s settled and successful applications in 2019
|Objective of the application
|Responsible for the application
|Organisation of a Renaissance afternoon
|Support for the Reverse Horseshoe Drama Circle
|Support for the Bethlen Gábor College of Social Sciences
|Ministry of Human Capacities (Csoóri Sándor Programme)
|Support for the Fügevirág folk dance group
|Covering of boarding costs
President of the Foundation
|Horváth Éva Enikő