Groups of compassionate Hungarian citizens cook and distribute food during the night to desperate asylum-seekers from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan who sleep rough around Budapest’s railway stations. They organize themselves on social media to coordinate efforts and involve as many people as they can. This comes at a time when a record number of refugees arrive to the country and the government does everything it can to discourage them to enter the EU through Hungary. (This include running a xenophobic billboard campaign; erecting a fence on the Serbian border, threatening to suspend Dublin transfers). But solidarity prevails as young people want to show that their country is much more hospitable as one would think reading international headlines.