Greek Community of Tasmania hosts 2023 Welfare Christmas Lunch


The Greek Community of Tasmania hosted a Welfare Christmas Lunch in North Hobart on Saturday, December 16.

Over 100 guests attended the lunch, taking part in the activities and food sharing. Donations were also made towards the Community’s Christmas Appeal.

Over 34 bags of food were donated and well over 150 toys collected at St George’s Church in South Hobart.

In a Facebook post, the Greek Community of Tasmania shared their gratitude for all those who attended, along with sponsors who made the joyous event possible.

“A massive thank you to all those who donated to the Greek Community’s Christmas Appeal,” the Facebook post reads.

“Thank you to the Hobart City Mission who partnered with the Greek Community to assist in distributing all donations to those in need.”




By subscribing you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.


Latest News

Data breach hits Cyprus Community of NSW amid Stanmore property EOI campaign

The Cyprus Community of NSW has been struck by a data breach, leading to a wave of unauthorised communications sent to its members.

Adelaide Lord Mayor holds reception to mark centenary of Australia’s Greek Orthodox Archdiocese

Lord Mayor of Adelaide Dr Jane Lomax-Smith held a reception in honour of the centenary of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia (GOAA).

Kon Karapanagiotidis and ASRC team raise over $1.4 million for refugees

Kon Karapanagiotidis OAM and his team raised just under one and a half million dollars for World Refugee Day in 17 hours.

Cypriots to gather at Melbourne’s Federation Square to mark 50 years since Turkish invasion

The Cyprus 50th Anniversary Action Group is calling on communities to join in marking the 50th anniversary of the Turkish invasion of Cyprus.

Peter Courtis travels to Pearl Harbor for training on US nuclear-powered submarines

Nuclear shift test engineer, Peter Courtis will leave for Pearl Harbor on Saturday to work on US nuclear-powered submarines.

You May Also Like

Greek government outline seven priorities on migration

Migration and Asylum Minister Notis Mitarachi sent a message of unity to New Democracy (ND) party on the management of the migration/refugees issue at...

2,500-year-old bronze bull unearthed by Greek archaeologists in Olympia

Greek archaeologists have unearthed by chance a more than 2,500-year-old bronze bull idol at the archaeological site of Olympia.

Adelaide’s Greek community mourns death of Greek-Australian police officer

The Greek Orthodox Community of South Australia expressed its 'deepest condolences' on the death of Chief Superintendent Joanne Shanahan (nee Panayiotou).