A BRADFORD charity is “devastated without words” after hearing one of their volunteers was fatally stabbed in his own apartment.
Bori, 24, originally from Hungary, came to the UK as a youth worker in 2016.
She was a member of Global Cafe, a Christian charity working in partnership with churches across Bradford to support international and national students studying from home.
Global Cafe shop stewards paid tribute to this tribute. It read: “As Global Cafe administrators, we were devastated and deeply saddened to hear the tragic news of the death of a dear member of our Global Cafe team, 24-year-old Bori (Borbala) Benko.
Global Cafe is a Christian charity that operates in partnership with churches across Bradford to support international and national students studying from home.
“As a volunteer for Global Cafe, Bori gave her time to create a fun, welcoming environment where people could find friendship and build community while studying in Bradford.
“Bori was a valued member of Global Cafe Bradford and we are devastated without words due to Bori’s sudden death.
“There is an ongoing police investigation into the events that led to Boris’ death, and we, the Global Cafe shop stewards and staff are giving our full cooperation to support the authorities in their investigation.
“Bori was a devout Christian who loved Jesus, and she will be deeply missed by those who had the privilege of knowing her.
“Our thoughts and prayers go out to all who have been affected by Boris’ death, but especially to her parents and brother in Hungary.
“We pray for God’s comfort, healing, and righteousness.
“We have the assurance that Bori has peace in the presence of his Lord and Savior.”