Foundation for Hellenic Studies at UNSW to hold fundraising luncheon


The Foundation for Hellenic Studies at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) is holding a fundraising luncheon at the Venus Reception Centre in Kogarah, Sydney on Sunday, July 14.

The luncheon will start at 12pm and will help raise funds to support the university’s Greek Studies Program.

Tickets are $100 and attendees will enjoy a three-course meal with drinks included.

To book your ticket to the Fundraising Luncheon on Saturday, July 14 at the Venus Reception Centre (20 Belgrave Street, Kogarah) from 12pm, you can contact Liana on 0430 457 089.




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