WASHINGTON, D.C.—Supreme President Savas Tsivicos authorized the opening of the AHEPA Emergency Relief Fund on July 28, 2023, to provide humanitarian assistance for the victims of Greece’s wildfires.
As in the past, AHEPA members have mobilized in response to this call to action. As the wildfires in Greece continue to burn, we have seen our chapters and members come together to help in any way possible, and we are proud.
  • In 2007, AHEPA donated $250,000 worth of goods and an additional $250,000 in financial assistance to victims of Greece’s wildfires.
  • Following Greece’s wildfires of 2018, AHEPA raised 159,000€ to complete a burn unit at Evangelismos Hospital in Athens.
“The images and stories coming from Greece are horrifying and tragic,” Supreme President Tsivicos said. “Our thoughts and prayers are with all who have been affected by this tragedy. We are extremely grateful to Greece’s first responders and to all nations that have offered support and assistance. We will stand with Greece as we did in the past and during other times of great need.”
He added, “We also appreciate the United States’ response and commend the initiative of the Congressional Hellenic Caucus’s leadership to engage USAID for assistance, which we strongly support.”
Every single bit of your tax-deductible donation to the AHEPA Emergency Relief Fund helps.
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