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The John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation and the Non-profit Greek Shipowners’ Social Welfare Company ‘SYN-ENOSIS’ announce a public call for submission of applications for participation in the “Collaborating for Health” Programme. The Programme’s goal is to finance small and medium-scale projects, in order to meet urgent needs of the public health sector and to improve the services of health care providers in Greece through: a) supply of medical equipment and b) upgrade of infrastructure.
The Programme is addressed to public health service providers (hospitals and health centers) as well as non-profit organisations, active in the health sector in Greece.
Through the Programme, donations in kind will be made, co-financed by the John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation and the Non-profit Greek Shipowners’ Social Welfare Company ‘SYN-ENOSIS’. The donations fall under the following categories: a) small-scale donations of up to €50,000, incl. VAT per donation; and b) medium-scale donations of up to €150,000, incl. VAT per donation.
The complete Terms and Conditions of the Programme are available here(in Greek).
Applications may be only submitted online through the application form available here (in Greek).
The deadline for submitting the applications is Friday, April 5 2019, at 5 pm.
The results will be announced on Friday, June 14 2019, until 5 pm on the websites and social media pages of the Programme's funders, while all candidates will be informed via email.
For more information, interested parties may contact the Programme's funders at the following e-mail addresses and phone numbers:
1. John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation: [email protected] , 210-6282888.
2. Non-profit Greek Shipowners’ Social Welfare Company SYN-ENOSIS: [email protected], 210-4291300-3
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