Our Project Hope for Greece #ChildrenOfGreece campaign aims to raise funds and awareness for five charities in Greece — with your support.
We have chosen each of these charities because we support their work, which strives to alleviate challenges faced by the most vulnerable members of Greek society today — the children.
In all cases, we shall receive financial documentation from each of the following charities and monitor their fine work to ensure that all funds donated on behalf of our generous donors help the people they seek to serve.
Since 2013, with the support of donors throughout the United States and Canada, we’ve raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for worthwhile charities and individuals in Greece.
In addition to numerous beneficiary charities, we’ve rebuilt fishing boats for fisherman, provided tons of food and helped thousands of disenfranchised people through various programs. Read more about our past Project Hope for Greece campaigns.
The Eliza Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children cares for children who have suffered or are at risk of suffering abuse or neglect. ELIZA operates by the following principles: a) respect of children’s rights as citizens of the world regardless of culture, nationality or religion; b) multidisciplinary scientific approach and use of evidence-based practice; and c) transparency and integrity. Visit website here.
HOPEgenesis provides medical care and treatment for pregnant women who live in remote areas or isolated islands until the day they give birth. The organization’s mission is to contribute to the revival, development and the gradual increase of Greece’s population. Visit website here.
Kivotos Tou Kosmou (Ark of the World)
Ark of the World provides shelter for abandoned children in Athens and strives to relieve them of poverty, hunger, illnesses, misery, exploitation and illiteracy. The organization also provides financial support for no income mothers and helps them find employment. Visit website here.
METAdrasi facilitates the reception and integration of unaccompanied refugee children and immigrants in Greece by escorting them from detention centers to accommodation facilities. The organization aims to fill crucial gaps in areas neglected either by public authorities or other NGOs. Visit website here.
SOS Children’s Villages
SOS Children’s Villages in Greece focuses on helping families to cultivate a nurturing home environment for their children and provides alternative care once the children can no longer live with their families. Visit website here.