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One day left to apply for the Stelios Cyprus Awards 2016!

05.07.16 posted by Valia Meletiou

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For an eighth consecutive year the Stelios Philanthropic Foundation organises the Stelios Bi-Communal Awards and the deadline for application submission for 2016 is on the 15th of July.

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Our Foundation's Annual Return 2015

04.07.16 posted by Valia Meletiou

CCEW-logo-small See HERE the Foundation's Annual Return for the financial year 2014-2015. Also available on Charity Commission's website.


 

New distribution centre in the heart of Athens!

06.06.16 posted by Valia Meletiou

evrMore than 250 people on the first day of our distribution centre in 10, Evripidou St., 105 59.
Every day, Monday to Friday, 08:00-11:00 our Foundation gives 4 chocolate wafers (serenata) per person!

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Submissions of applications now open via Facebook for Stelios Awards 2016

30.05.16 posted by Valia Meletiou

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Stelios Philanthropic Foundation organizes for an eighth consecutive year the Stelios Bi-Communal Awards 2016 and submission of applications is now open through Facebook.

The total amount for this year's awards is greater than ever after Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou will be offering for the first time € 500.000, rewarding a total of 50 teams that can win €10.000 each, with a total amount of two million euros been awarded since 2009.

All forms of human cooperation between Greek-Cypriots and Turkish-Cypriots are eligible to apply through Facebook, including business, sciences, arts, sport, NGO work and life! The winners will be announced at the Awards Ceremony in October 2016 in Nicosia.

The deadline for application submission through Facebook is the 15th of July, 2016.



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Lord Nelson's 30th Anniversary

27.05.16 posted by Valia Meletiou

lord_nelsons_an_5Representatives for the Stelios Philanthropic Foundation were on hand yesterday to celebrate the rededication of a sailing barque, specially designed to give disabled people an experience of sea adventures. Tracy Ghori and Richard Shackleton heard HRH Prince Andrew describe the three-masted “Lord Nelson” and his professional crew as “ground breakers in the drive to tear down the barriers that keep the disabled from enjoying life to the maximum.”




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