After returning from completing his studies in Scotland, reformed pastor Levente Horváth is tasked with launching a mission to addicts in Cluj-Napoca by Kálmán Csiha, bishop of the Hungarian Reformed Church in Transylvania. At nearly the same time Bible-study groups tailored to addicts are formed in Székelyudvarhely (under supervision of Gizella Antalfi) and in Tg. Mures (under the supervision of Dezső Bustya, PhD). The Cluj-Napoca, Tg. Mures and Székelyudvarhely groups together formed the Reformed Rescue Mission, which was joined by other groups later on.
The first Short-Term Therapy Program is organized by the Reformed Rescue Mission.
The Bonus Pastor Foundation (BPF) is founded as a Romanian non-profit organization providing legal status and financial administration for the activities of Reformed Rescue Mission.
The first Annual Aftercare Camp is organized.
BPF signs a 99-year lease agreement with the Romanian Government for the Ozd Castle estate and associated buildings.
The first Children’s Prevention Camp is organized.
Renovation work begins on the Ozd property, beginning with the repair and replacement of the castle roof.
Work begins to restore the granary building (Part of the Ozd castle estate) renovating it into a Residential Therapy Center.
Baroness Maria Jude donates the Castle Estate to BPF
The Long-Term Therapy Program is launched in the renovated Ozd Therapy Center (formerly the Castle Granary).
Fundraising trip in Scotland
Fundraising trip in the Netherlands
BPF hosts its 50th Short-Term Therapy Program
Ozd Therapy Center celebrates ten years of operation.