Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q. Is the Hellenic Foundation a recognized public charity?

A. Yes. The Hellenic Foundation for the Preservation of History and Culture, Inc., a Tulsa based 501(c)(3) public charity incorporated on March 5, 2003, is strictly a nonprofit and nonpolitical organization. It has been organized exclusively for tax-exempt purposes, within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The Federal Tax ID number for the Hellenic Foundation is 11-3680336.

Q. Can I donate to the Hellenic Foundation by check?

A. Yes, Please mail any checks to Hellenic Foundation, c/o Frances J. Potter, CPA, Treasurer, 2632 E. 45th Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74105, USA. In Greece, you may send donations to Hellenic Foundation, c/o Reguina Gounzourevskaia, 48 Botasi, Piraeus, Greece 185 37.

Q. Will I receive a receipt from the Hellenic Foundation to substantiate my donation?

A. Yes. A receipt will be promptly sent to you.

Q. Is the Hellenic Foundation open to assist other organizations, governmental organizations and individuals in pursuing their ideas to enhance Greek history and culture?

A. Yes. The Hellenic Foundation actively encourages ideas from any source to enhance the preservation of Greek history and culture. We have assisted other Greek charities with financial support.

At The Hellenic Foundation for the Preservation of History and Culture, Inc, your input is important to our mission and activities. If you have any questions or comments regarding our mission or charitable activities, please contact us at one of the locations listed below:

In the United States
c/o Frances J. Potter
Secretary - Treasurer
2632 E. 45th Street
Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA 74105
(918) 743-8798

In Greece
c/o Reghina Gunzurevscaia
Trustee and Liaison in Greece
Alikarnassov 12
Piraeus, Greece 185 39
(0030) 694 57 81810