GBU’s The Reporter Features the Kossuth House

In December of 2011, the Hungarian Reformed Federation of American merged with GBU Financial Life and was reorganized as District 3000 within the new company. As part of the merger, the Kossuth
Foundation was established to carry on the charitable mission of HRFA and the former headquarters of HRFA (the Kossuth House in Washington DC) was to be donated to the new Foundation. Although the transfer was delayed for several years, the transfer finally took place in late 2017. Those owning policies with HRFA at the time of the merger with GBU became lifetime charter members of the Kossuth Foundation and GBU was instrumental in providing initial financial support for our Foundation. The most recent edition of the new magazine (The Reporter) published by GBU for its membership features an article on the Foundation, its mission and the Kossuth House entitled “Honoring Hungarian Heritage”. A link to the article can be found here. For more information about GBU and the financial portfolio it offers, please visit their website at


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