Bridge of Love from Sydney to Chania, for Children with Special Needs


On Tuesday the 2nd of July 2019, The Hellenic women of Sydney held a successful fundraising dinner at Beta Bar, Hellenic Club. The event aimed to raise money for the purchase of a special bus for the Hellenic Society for the Protection and Rehabilitation of Disabled Persons (ELEPAP) in Chania.

The “Hellenic Women of Sydney” was founded in 2012. A group of women, of different Greek Women’s Associations who have combined together to raise funds for orphans and disabled children in Greece. Their aim is to ensure that ALL monies raised directly go towards the supplies that are needed. Their motto is “We Collect, we Buy, we Deliver” – no money is given and aligns with their belief that that those who are fortunate should help and support those in need.

Photos: Tas Zer – 0490 108 955




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