The StR33t'Art Aid Festival Budapest, is a two day long street art festival to be held for the first time in Hungary. Visitors can take a peek into the visual world of the Hungarian and foreign artists. On both days of the event we are going to host the deserving members of several disadvantaged youth institutes, homes and regular elementary schools from several districts as special guests. Visitors can take part in achieving the goal of their own choice, that is nothing more than showing that everyone is capable of acting good and helping others. The festival offers insight into this closed, inner world and attempts to offer alternative ways for the young to deal with their everyday problems. Workshops and live painting on more than 200 square meters, several locations and in different styles, sticker and stencil creation, discussions about social and artistic topics. It is planned to be a transnational collaboration, creating an almost 30 meters long sticker wall with the cooperation of Hungarian and foreign artists, that is a great opportunity for Hungary to become one of such art-supporting countries. (Barcelona, Berlin) After the days' programs, we invite visitors to thematic concerts in the evening, for which charity tickets can be bought. The full amount collected with the tickets, will be spent equally on our invited guests of both days. We are not supporting them with money, but clothes, food and school equipment. The main message of the festival is that everyone is able help others! We are expecting nearly 1.000 visitors during the two days, as we are awaiting them with continuous and interactive programs throughtout the day! Every major art and cultural forum is going to report about the event, where all our sponsors who aided us in achieving our goal, are going to be mentioned. The event will be promoted on Facebook and other community portals with a sum of nearly 10.000 invitations. Besides online surfaces, it will be also promoted through guerilla marketing in schools and clubs. A short film will be made about the festival, bringing up the event weeks and even months later. If you are now interesed in and feel determined to support our cause, please do so.