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Stefanos Tsitsipas donates 100,000 euros to Thessaly flood victims




Greek tennis player, Stefanos Tsitsipas, has demonstrated his generosity and compassion by donating 100,000 euros to the flood victims of Thessaly in Greece.

In the wake of the devastating storm Daniel, Stefanos took immediate action and contributed to the Red Cross to aid those affected by the calamitous floods.

This act of kindness holds personal significance for Stefanos, as his father hails from the village of Proastio in Karditsa, an area severely impacted by the devastating floods in Greece.

Photo: Hellenic Red Cross.

Stefanos actively called upon people through social media to contribute funds for the victims in Thessaly.

In an Instagram post, Stefanos wrote, “It’s shocking to see what our country has been through lately. We showed the true Greek spirit by staying united as a fist and helping each other.

“Please join me in raising funds to keep everyone safe and help them return to their loving homes as soon as possible,” he pleaded to fans and the world at large.

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The donated money will be channeled through the Red Cross, ensuring effective assistance reaches those in need.

“We must continue to do what we can to help our neighbours, our fellow citizens, everyone who has been affected by the fires and floods,” the tennis player wrote.

Stefanos has consistently displayed his philanthropic nature, often choosing to support causes discreetly, away from the public eye.

The Greek tennis players commitment to helping others extends beyond this instance. He has previously engaged in various charitable endeavors, consistently demonstrating his compassion and dedication to making a positive impact.

As Stefanos continues to raise awareness about the plight of the flood victims, he remains deeply connected to his roots in Karditsa.

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