AHEPA Supreme President of the American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association, John Grossomanides, along with several representatives of AHEPA had the opportunity to learn about the charitable work of the Church against the economic crisis and how it manages the financial assistance.
Grossomanides along with representatives from the European branches of AHEPA visited the MKO of the Archdiocese Apostoli and were hosted at a dinner.
Church officials noted that the support of the Diaspora in the last year through the charity of the Archdiocese is “proof of love for their motherland.”
They noted that AHEPA is one of the oldest and largest non-partisan organizations dedicated to promoting Hellenic issues around the world.
With more than 40,000 family members, AHEPA has raised funds for numerous relief efforts, medical research, aided job seekers in the U.S. and abroad and students with scholarship programs and provided another $20,000 for the Archdiocese Apostoli.
Through its Greek language programs and cultural events AHEPA continues to bring together Greek communities throughout the world.