Stefanos Tsitsipas seeks to raise funds for fire and flood victims of Greece


Stefanos Tsitsipas calls for funds to be raised for victims of the recent natural disasters that struck Greece.

From the devastating fires to the unprecedented floods during Greece’s summer, the disasters have seen fatalities and incalculable damage to people and land across the country.

Tsitsipas, who is currently in Greece, took to social media to share an initiative of the Hellenic Red Cross that calls for funds to be collected to assist those affected by the disasters.

“It’s devastating to witness what our country has been through lately. We have shown true Greek spirit in sticking together as one and helping each other,” the tennis player said.

“We must keep giving what we can to help our neighbours, our fellow citizens, everyone affected by the fires and floods. Please join me in raising funds to keep everyone safe and help them return to their beloved homes as soon as possible”




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