Greek Young Matrons’ raise funds for Sydney Children’s Hospital at Christmas luncheon


The Greek Young Matrons’ Association raised over $15,000 for the Sydney Children’s Hospital during their annual Christmas Ladies Lunch at the Royal Motor Yacht Club in Point Piper on December 1.

The luncheon was attended by a number of Association members and VIP guests including the wife of the Consul General of Greece in Sydney, Kristiana Stavrou, and the new CEO of the Sydney Children’s Hospitals Foundation, Kristina Keneally.

On the day, President of the Greek Young Matrons’, Kathy Thompson, gave a speech and reflected on another successful year for the Association and their fundraising mission on behalf of the Sydney Children’s Hospital.

Ms Keneally also spoke about her new CEO role and thanked the Association for their support of children struggling with illness.

The event concluded with entertainment by Panagiotis Karamanos and his jazz band from Kambala School, who were accompanied by vocalist Zara Psirakis.

The Association’s next event will be held on 10 March 2023 “Buble at the Four Seasons” by Mitch Capone.

*All photos by: Tom Psomotragos.




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