The Michael Kallas Memorial Scholarship Fund in association with the Ladies Philoptochos Society is pleased to announce that applications are being accepted for the 2023 Michael Kallas Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship is available for any graduating High School boy or girl. The application is attached. Copies will also be available at the church vestibule. Completed applications must be returned to Fevri Gkanatsios, Ladies Philoptochos, by March 31, 2023. Applications received after this date will not be accepted.
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Agape Coffee Fellowship Hostesses/Hosts Needed
We truly appreciate the volunteer work of our hosts and hostesses.
We encourage both women and men to sign up; we also encourage families to sign up. We have detailed instructions to help you. Please sign up via Sign-up Genius.
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For Agape Fellowship Sponsoring opportunities/availability and guidelines please contact Margot Racano at: email@example.com.
You may make online stewardship donations by Clicking Here. BE SURE TO CHECK OFF LADIES PHILOPTOCHOS and follow up with an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to notify us you have submitted a stewardship offering.
You may also mail your offering and with this Stewardship Form - 2022 Membership Form
Donations may be made directly to our Philoptochos by Clicking Here. BE SURE TO CHECK OFF LADIES PHILOPTOCHOS. You may also mail a check to Church.
We invite you to like our Facebook Page “Assumption Ladies Philoptochos, Danbury, CT” at https://www.facebook.com/Assumption-Ladies-Philoptochos-Danbury-CT-101749108195144
We hope that this letter finds you all well. May your heart and home be filled with health, peace, love and happiness throughout the Year 2022.
Our Philoptochos has a suggested stewardship of $35 or whatever you would like to contribute. Please know $15 of your donation goes directly to National Philoptochos Society and $8 of your donation goes to The District Archdiocese Philoptochos. Below is the Mission Statement of the Philoptochos Ministry, which best represents Philoptochos, in the hopes that you will be inspired by the “good works” the society. The form will also be available downstairs in our fellowship hall. Checks should be made payable to: Ladies Philoptochos Society and mailed to:
Ladies Philoptochos Society
c/o Assumption Greek Orthodox Church
30 Clapboard Ridge Road
Danbury, CT 06811
Our Philoptochos Chapter is involved in many philanthropic efforts throughout the year. We help in our parish, locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. We all have something to offer – whether it be in time, talent or treasure. We welcome new ideas and suggestions. If you have any questions please feel free to contact any board member and plan to attend one of our meetings.
Board Officers 2021-2023
President – Fevri Gkanatsios
1st Vice President – Ourania Carino
2nd Vice President – Eleni Manolakes
Treasurer – Margot Racano
Assistant Treasurer – Barbara Soldano
Recording Secretary – Susan Chipouras
Corresponding Secretary – Cathy Hatzis
Past President Advisor – Caryn Flannery
National obligations: https://www.philoptochos.org/commitments/
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WHAT YOU CAN DO:
To ensure the highest level of care and daily living for residents, becoming involved in our mission can enhance the care received and contribute to a greater quality of life for the residents of the facility. From volunteering your time and talents, visiting the residents, or making a donation, the Home welcomes the community and thanks our supporters for helping us with our sacred mission. Your support can make a significant impact on our ability to continue providing the highest quality care. In the near future, we look forward to increasing the number of elderly we can service and increasing the level of care we can provide. We believe strongly in respecting our elders by building an establishment that is worthy of our rich heritage, one that views caring for the elderly as an honorable privilege and not an obligation.