Posts Tagged ‘hellenic’

Archbishop Elpidophoros of America Welcomes the Presidential Guard of the Hellenic Republic to Doxology Service at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church and National Shrine

On Friday, April 28, 2023, His Eminence Archbishop Elpidophoros of America welcomed the Presidential Guard of the Hellenic Republic to New York City during an official Doxology service for Greek Independence at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church and National Shrine. Among the community members and diplomatic leaders in attendance were His Excellency Ambassador Evangelos Sekeris,… […]

Anna Polyviou and her mum are hosting a Hellenic High Tea at The Langham

They’ll be making all your favourite Greek treats from spanakopita to loukoumades and Greek coffee-spiked macarons. American Express delicious. Month Out is fast approaching, and with it, an afternoon event hosted by one of the nation’s biggest dessert sensations. On Sunday May 7, The Langham, Sydney will throw a special Hellenic High Tea, dreamt up… […]

Protestors and riot police clash outside Hellenic Train headquarters after horrific collision death toll reaches 43

About 1,000 people clashed with riot police outside the headquarters of Hellenic Train in Athens on Wednesday evening and expressed their outrage following the tragic train accident at Tempi. They also marched to Syntagma Square from Hellenic Train’s offices on Sigrou Avenue, after smashing some of the company’s front windows there. At Syntagma Square, protesters […]

TURKEY EARTHQUAKE: Hellenic Aid food drive received a massive response

The first major humanitarian aid mission from Greece to Turkey and Syria is expected to begin within the next week. These are items that Regions, Municipalities, associations and citizens from all over Greece collected so that the Greek state can send to the affected areas. The General Directorate of Development and Humanitarian Aid of the… […]

AUSTRALIA: Paramatta goes full Greek with the best of our Hellenic culture

The Sydney suburb of Parramatta went full Greek with the “Let’s Go Greek Festival” of the Greek Orthodox Parish-Community of St Ioannis, which took place Sunday, 11 September, with over 40,000 people attending. After a two-year pandemic that deprived Sydneysiders access to in-person events and functions, this year’s festival saw an incredible response from the […]

National Hellenic Museum Adds Two Exhibitions to Its Grand Reopening

The National Hellenic Museum (NHM) in Chicago’s Greektown neighborhood announced it has added two more exhibitions to mark its grand reopening this September. These exhibitions join the previously announced world premiere photography exhibition Resilience by Prince Nikolaos. In Gather Together: Chicago Street Photography by Diane Alexander White (September 16, 2022 to April 30, 2023), the […]

Chicago’s National Hellenic Museum Reopens on September 16

The National Hellenic Museum (NHM) in Chicago reopens on September 16 after shutting down during the COVID-19 pandemic, returning with a featured photo exhibit after an annual Gala celebrating the museum’s comeback. The NHM, dedicated to sharing Greek history, art, and culture, will become once again the focal point of Hellenism in Chicago and beyond […]

Hellenic Initiative Donation Improves Lives of Children in Greece

The donation by the Hellenic Initiative will provide support for children in need. Credit: Facebook/Together for Children The Hellenic Initiative (THI) – a global movement of the Greek Diaspora – donated an additional $30,000 to the child welfare organization in Greece ‘Mazi Gia to Pedi – Together for Children’ (TFC) this week. THI, which recently […]

The Hellenic Initiative Gala Raises More than $2 Million for Greek Causes

Greek singer Sakis Rouvas was on stage during the Hellenic Initiative’s gala on Saturday. Credit: The Hellenic Initiative The Hellenic Initiative (THI) raised more than $2 million at its Annual Gala in New York on Saturday for pandemic crisis relief and economic recovery in Greece. The Hellenic Initiative is a global nonprofit organization that brings […]

The Hellenic Initiative Gala to Raise Funds for Greek Causes

Michael Psaros and Archbishop Elpidophoros during the last in-person THI gala in 2019. Credit: The Hellenic Initiative The Hellenic Initiative (THI) will host its Annual Gala in New York aiming to raise funds for pandemic crisis relief and economic recovery in Greece on Saturday, December 4. The 9th Annual Gala will be held in person, […]

Hellenic Initiative’s London Gala Raises More Than $270K for Greek Causes

Princess Tatiana, THI London Gala Co-chair, speaks to the guests. Credit: The Hellenic Initiative The Hellenic Initiative (THI) raised more than $270,000 for charities that benefit and protect children in Greece at its annual London Gala on September 30. At the renowned Dorchester Hotel 300 Diaspora Hellenes and Philhellenes raised funds for ELEPAP, one of […]

National Hellenic Society: Bringing Young Greek-Americans Closer to Greece

A group of Greek American students at the campus of the American College of Greece in Athens during a recent trip. Credit: National Hellenic Society The National Hellenic Society (NHS), an association of Greek American leaders, visionaries, and philanthropists, is at the forefront of efforts to keep the next generation of Greek Americans engaged with […]

The Hellenic Initiative Offers Cash Prizes to Greeks Making a Difference

Credit: Nenad Stojkovic/ CC BY 2.0 The Hellenic Initiative, or THI, is offering support to Greek entrepreneurs hoping to make a positive impact on the world through their second annual Venture Impact Awards (VIA). Last year, during the first iteration of VIA, the Initiative’s newest program, THI offered cash prizes amounting to $250,000 to 14 […]

Hellenic Society of Constantinopolitans Keeps Memories of the City Alive

Credit: Hellenic Society of Constantinopolitans The Hellenic Society of Constantinopolitans is keeping the culture and traditions of the Greeks from the city of Constantinople alive in Washington DC. Greeks of the diaspora around the world are known for their strong families and the ability to maintain unbroken connections with their homeland. This is perhaps even […]

National Hellenic Museum Celebrates Bicentennial of Greek War of Independence

Photograph of a Greek National Day parade featuring a statue of Aristotle. The National Hellenic Museum will be celebrating the Greek War of Independence all week. Credit: NHM Collection. 2013.21.26. Courtesy of Constantine Stamis. The Bicentennial of Greece’s War of Independence  will be celebrated all this week in programs sponsored by the National Hellenic Museum […]

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