Ecumenical Federation of Constantinopolitans

Program Support

The Ecumenical Federation of Constantinopolitans is the umbrella organization of the Associations of the expatriate Greeks of Constantinople.
Recipient
Ecumenical Federation of Constantinopolitans
http://www.conpolis.eu
Grant title
Program Support
Year
2019
Location of Grant
Attica
Program Area
Social Welfare
Other Grants to this recipient
2016
Program Support
2015
Program Support

The Ecumenical Federation of Constantinopolitans is the umbrella organization of the Associations of the expatriate Greeks of Constantinople. Its aim is to revitalize the Greek orthodox community of Constantinople and to offer solidarity to Constantinopolitans in need. A total of 98% of the Greeks of Constantinople are expatriated; 90% reside in Greece and the remaining 8% around the world.

The “Minas Tsitsakos” Solidarity Program was created in February 2014 as a result of the rising numbers of Constantinopolitans in need due to the Greek crisis. During 2017 the Federation offered, through its Solidarity Program, various goods and services to a total of 120 beneficiary families in Athens and Thessaloniki, and 85% of the beneficiary families had an elderly family member living under the same roof. The total number of persons that belong to the 120 families are 350. The Federation also offered shelter to 74 homeless persons in cooperation with the Kosmeteio Philanthropic Foundation-Constantinopolitans Home, along with covering their medical and pharmaceutical needs.

Program Support

 

The grant regards the support of 50 families taking part in the Solidarity Program with an elderly relative living under the same roof. This support will entail food supplies and hygiene products, pharmaceuticals to those without insurance, and health-related equipment.

The Ecumenical Federation of Constantinopolitans is the umbrella organization of the Associations of the expatriate Greeks of Constantinople. Its aim is to revitalize the Greek orthodox community of Constantinople and to offer solidarity to Constantinopolitans in need. A total of 98% of the Greeks of Constantinople are expatriated; 90% reside in Greece and the remaining 8% around the world.

The “Minas Tsitsakos” Solidarity Program was created in February 2014 as a result of the rising numbers of Constantinopolitans in need due to the Greek crisis. During 2017 the Federation offered, through its Solidarity Program, various goods and services to a total of 120 beneficiary families in Athens and Thessaloniki, and 85% of the beneficiary families had an elderly family member living under the same roof. The total number of persons that belong to the 120 families are 350. The Federation also offered shelter to 74 homeless persons in cooperation with the Kosmeteio Philanthropic Foundation-Constantinopolitans Home, along with covering their medical and pharmaceutical needs.

Program Support

 

The grant regards the support of 50 families taking part in the Solidarity Program with an elderly relative living under the same roof. This support will entail food supplies and hygiene products, pharmaceuticals to those without insurance, and health-related equipment.

Recipient
Ecumenical Federation of Constantinopolitans
http://www.conpolis.eu
Grant title
Program Support
Year
2019
Location of Grant
Attica
Program Area
Social Welfare
Other Grants to this recipient
2016
Program Support
2015
Program Support

The Ecumenical Federation of Constantinopolitans is the umbrella organization of the Associations of the expatriate Greeks of Constantinople. Its aim is to revitalize the Greek orthodox community of Constantinople and to offer solidarity to Constantinopolitans in need. A total of 98% of the Greeks of Constantinople are expatriated; 90% reside in Greece and the remaining 8% around the world.

The “Minas Tsitsakos” Solidarity Program was created in February 2014 as a result of the rising numbers of Constantinopolitans in need due to the Greek crisis. During 2017 the Federation offered, through its Solidarity Program, various goods and services to a total of 120 beneficiary families in Athens and Thessaloniki, and 85% of the beneficiary families had an elderly family member living under the same roof. The total number of persons that belong to the 120 families are 350. The Federation also offered shelter to 74 homeless persons in cooperation with the Kosmeteio Philanthropic Foundation-Constantinopolitans Home, along with covering their medical and pharmaceutical needs.

Program Support

 

The grant regards the support of 50 families taking part in the Solidarity Program with an elderly relative living under the same roof. This support will entail food supplies and hygiene products, pharmaceuticals to those without insurance, and health-related equipment.

The Ecumenical Federation of Constantinopolitans is the umbrella organization of the Associations of the expatriate Greeks of Constantinople. Its aim is to revitalize the Greek orthodox community of Constantinople and to offer solidarity to Constantinopolitans in need. A total of 98% of the Greeks of Constantinople are expatriated; 90% reside in Greece and the remaining 8% around the world.

The “Minas Tsitsakos” Solidarity Program was created in February 2014 as a result of the rising numbers of Constantinopolitans in need due to the Greek crisis. During 2017 the Federation offered, through its Solidarity Program, various goods and services to a total of 120 beneficiary families in Athens and Thessaloniki, and 85% of the beneficiary families had an elderly family member living under the same roof. The total number of persons that belong to the 120 families are 350. The Federation also offered shelter to 74 homeless persons in cooperation with the Kosmeteio Philanthropic Foundation-Constantinopolitans Home, along with covering their medical and pharmaceutical needs.

Program Support

 

The grant regards the support of 50 families taking part in the Solidarity Program with an elderly relative living under the same roof. This support will entail food supplies and hygiene products, pharmaceuticals to those without insurance, and health-related equipment.

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