2019 IN NUMBERS

~100.000
individuals benefited from initiatives funded by the Foundation
132
non-profit organisations received grants
27.703
students participated in educational activities
167
scholarships were awarded
46.121
individuals benefited from donations to healthcare service providers
5.801
individuals benefited from social protection and inclusion programmes
11.170
individuals visited the Neraida Floating Museum

NEWS

RECENT GRANTS

Upgrade of the National Health System Programme

Grant of University Scholarship

Paediatric Surgery Clinic, University General Hospital “ATTIKON”

Support of the Operation of the Child Safety Care Unit – “Sophie Varvitsioti”, Athens General Children’s Hospital “P. & A. Kyriakou”

Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children - ELIZA  

Initiative “Never Alone - Building our future with children and youth arriving in Europe”

European Programme for Integration and Migration (EPIM)

Ενίσχυση Λειτουργίας

HOPEgenesis 

Creation of Stray Companion Animals Shelter

Paros Animal Welfare Society - “PAWS”

“Epikentro” Multi-Purpose Venue for Action and Change

THALES II Programme: “Mapping and Evaluation of Greek Non-Profit Organizations”

University of the Peloponnese - Department of Political Science and International Relations 

Support of the “Incubator” programme

Higher Incubator Giving Growth and Sustainability (HIGGS) 

Olympic Preparation Scholarship Programme 2019

Prevention and Examination Centres “Checkpoint”

Positive Voice

Documentary: “Container”

WHITE HIGHLANDS LLC / DAPHNE MATZIARAKI 

E-book: Αssessment of accessibility of the School of Information and Communication Technologies of the Department of Informatics of the University of Piraeus

Career Sign

PROGRAMME: “Points of Support”

“Building Bridges of Cooperation”

Association of Parents, Guardians and Friends of People with Autism of the Prefecture of Rethymno 

PROGRAMME: “Points of Support”

Summer Camps for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

EPILOGI KOINSEP 

Management of mourning and loss by people with mental disability

KOINSEP Puzzle

PROGRAMME: “Points of Support”

“START – Create Cultural Change” Programme

PROGRAMME: “START - Create Cultural Change”

Support of the Operation & Programmes for Special Schools and Visitors with Disabilities

Benaki Museum

Support of Operation & Concert Organisation

Greek Youth Symphony Orchestra

“Youth Opera” programme

Greek National Opera

Programme for the Restoration and Promotion of Monuments in Ancient Epidaurus

NON-PROFIT ORGANISATION “ASCLEPIADES”

Excavation at the Acropolis of Ancient Molykreio of Aetolia

The Archaeological Society at Athens

Museum - Headquarters of the Revolution of Therisso (1905)

National Research Foundation “Eleftherios K. Venizelos” 

Greek Diaspora Project

ST ANTONY’S COLLEGE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD – SOUTH EAST EUROPEAN STUDIES CENTRE (SEESOX)

Olympia Summer Academy

Navarino Network

Chevening Scholarship Programme

British Government 

Technological Upgrade of the “Sphere” and the “Dome” in the GAIA Centre

The Goulandris Museum of Natural History

Children's Drawing Competition & “Together at the Museum” Programme 2019

Museum of Cycladic Art 

“I Care & Act” Programme 2018-2019

Desmos

Main Anniversary Exhibition 1821-2021

National Historical Museum

Second Round of the "Collaborating for Health" Programme

PROGRAMME: “Collaborating for Health”

Legal Support for individuals living with HIV/AIDS

Centre for Life

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The John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation accepts and evaluates grant applications submitted only through the form available in the link below. Grants are only given to nonprofit legal entities for nonprofit initiatives. 

The Foundation evaluates the submitted grant applications two times per year, in particular in the end of every calendar semester during the respective Executive Board meetings. All submitted applications should concern programmes or initiatives to be implemented in the calendar year following that of submission.

The Foundation does not fund individuals. Exceptions are made for scholarships for studies in Greece and abroad.​

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The John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation supports students who wish to advance their studies at the postgraduate level in any scientific field at universities in Greece and abroad through its annual postgraduate scholarship programme.

 

 

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The John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation

The John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation is a non-profit organisation established in 2005 to continue the benevolent legacy of John S. Latsis. The Foundation plans, manages, and funds programmes that cover a broad range of fields, such as education, science, arts and culture, social welfare and community development, in collaboration with civil society partners and key players within these areas.

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