New Achilleas Youth Group to promote philanthropy
The Australian Hellenic Educational Progressive Association has created a new youth branch called Achilleas Youth
The Australian Hellenic Educational Progressive Association has created a new youth branch called Achilleas Youth.
The group aims to promote philanthropy and active citizenship amongst Greeks worldwide.
Founding President of Achilleas Youth, Jiannis Tsaousis, says he is "proud of Achilleas Youth filling a void where there is currently little potential for students of Greek origin to promote philanthropy, the values of ancient Greece and Byzantium, be active citizens of the world and realise our leadership qualities."
The group hopes to become a platform for debate and discussion and encourage philanthropy in the community. It hopes to raise awareness of important issues concerning the diaspora, Greece and its history.
AHEPA is the world's largest Hellenic organisation and the world's third largest civic service organisation only behind Rotary and the Lions clubs.
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