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Aid to Greece and Cyprus 

The impact of the European economic crisis has severly affected Greece and now Cyprus. The crisis is expanding and deepening, affecting all sectors of society. Both countries require humanitarian aid and the need increases daily. In our ongoing effort to demonstrate our love in action, the Aid to Greece and Cyprus Campaign is being conducted through two initiatives.

Thank you beloved Philoptochos Stewards for sponsoring fundraisers throughout the United States to aid our brothers and sisters in Greece. As a result of your great efforts, National Philoptochos has disbursed financial assistance totaling $368,000. Click here for a listing of donations made in 2012 and 2013 through fundraising efforts: Aid to Greece and Cyprus 

Click here to read about the 2014 Aid to Greece and Cyprus Campaign: 2014 Aid to Greece and Cyprus Campaign  See below for detailed figures from the 2012 and 2013 Campaigns.

To make a donation to our Aid to Greece and Cyprus Fund, click here

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NATIONAL PHILOPTOCHOS AID TO GREECE AND CYPRUS 2012-2013 DONATIONS 

2012 Donations: $160,000

2013 Donations: $208,000

Total Donations in 2012-2013 for Aid to Greece and Cyprus: $368,000

2012 Aid to the People of Greece- Donations: $160,000

$50,000 to Apostoli for general aid to the people of Athens suffering from hunger, disability, illness
$50,000 to the Holy Metropolis of Thessaloniki for general aid to the needy
$25,000 to the Holy Archdiocese of Crete for food and supplies to be distributed to those in need
$25,000 to the Theotokos Foundation which provides opportunities to people with disabilities in order         to communicate,function with adequacy in order to be independent, self- sufficient and enter the         workforce. It serves children, adults and families with learning and developmental disabilities             and is located in Ilion, Attiki
$10,000 to Kivotos Tou Kosmou, in Athens, Greece which provides food, clothing, education and              shelter to more than 150 children daily

2013 Aid to the People of Greece and Cyprus- Donations:  $208,000

$18,000 Doctors Without Borders – Greece
$20,000 to IOCC 
$20,000 Archdiocese of Athens – for Apostoli after school program in Moschato
$25,000 Archdiocese of Athens – for Apostoli as a general donation for food and the great needs of         the children and the people
$30,000 to Apostoli for the new center for the care of children in Moschato, Athens

Cyprus
$20,000 Cyprus Autism Association
$10,000 to Holy Bishopric of Pafos 
$10,000 to Holy Bishopric of Kition
$10,000 to Holy Bishopric of Lemesos
$10,000 to Holy Bishopric of Morfou
$10,000 to Holy Bishopric of Konstantia Ammochostos
$10,000 to Holy Bishopric of Tamasos and Orini
$10,000 to Holy Bishopric of Trimithounta
$ 5,000 to Holy Bishopric of Kyrenia

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Talking To Your Children About Violent Events

Although we would like to protect our children from hearing about events like the Boston Marathon bombings, the school or movie theater shootings in Newtown, CT and Aurora, CO the repeated images and reporting on television and internet postings don’t allow this. But what we can do is talk about these events to our children to help them understand what happened and to help them cope with their emotions in a healthy manner.  For suggested steps to help you appropriately address the questions, concerns and feelings of anxiety that your children may have, please click here.

Helping Children After Tragedy

Tips to help the children in your life deal with tragedy.

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