Since its establishment, the ITK Group has taken special care to support every year those NGOs, foundations and initiatives that aim to support disadvantaged people or those in need of special care. This year we have established a new partner, the Chance Centre Association.
On 23 August 2021, an exhibition entitled Let Culture Stick was opened in Kecskemét, organised by the Esély Centre Association and the Hungarian Roma Gallery, to present the works of 15 Roma artists. The main patron of the exhibition was Dr. Eszter Vitályos, State Secretary for EU Development Policy of the Ministry of Human Resources.
Our group was represented by Dr. Zoltán Horváth, the CEO of INTER TAN-KER Zrt.
“We are delighted to be able to provide public bus transport in a city where the promotion of equal opportunities and integration of disadvantaged people and groups is a priority. Our company, INTER TAN-KER Zrt. is committed to the development of Kecskemét not only in terms of transport and sustainability, but also in terms of culture, so it is a fantastic feeling to be able to help an organisation that is fighting for social equality.” – said Dr Zoltán Horváth.