INTRODUCTION
The Hellenic Foundation for the Preservation of History and Culture, Inc. is an Oklahoma Not for Profit Corporation that has been granted 501 (c) (3) non-profit status by the Internal Revenue Service Its Federal Tax I. D. is 11-3680336.

The Hellenic Foundation seeks to preserve the significance of important Hellenic achievements through the creation and maintenance of permanent public monuments, memorials, and museums, and the promotion and enhancement of awareness and appreciation of the extraordinary contributions of Greeks to the advancement of freedom and humanity. The Hellenic Foundation will erect and maintain descriptive Public Monuments celebrating and educating about important Greek achievements. The monuments and memorials will be constructed in, at least, both Greek and English and will contain a narrative of the historical setting, accomplishments, or historical contributions of the battle, person, achievement, structure or event.

We would greatly appreciate a donation from you in order to further the creation and installation of permanent monuments depicting the great contribution’s the Greek civilization and culture has made to our in this wonderful country.  None of the Hellenic Foundation’s officers or members of its governing board of Trustees receive a salary for their services.

For contributions, please click on the Donate Now button on this site to make a donation to the Hellenic Foundation using Paypal, Credit Card, or by mailing a check to Frances J. Potter, CPA - Treasurer, Hellenic Foundation, 2632 E. 45th Street, Tulsa, Ok, 74105, USA. Thank you for your consideration of our very worthy non-profit venture.

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE
The Hellenic Foundation for the Preservation of History and Culture, Inc. ("the Hellenic Foundation"), is a private, publicly supported, non-profit corporation organized and operated to preserve, promote, promulgate and commemorate the outstanding contributions of Greeks throughout the ages in the development of history, literature, philosophy, language, architecture, science, arts, religion, society and culture. The Hellenic Foundation will seek to preserve and highlight the significance of these important Hellenic achievements by doing the following:

a. Creating and maintaining public monuments, memorials, and museums to promote and memorialize Greek history, literature, philosophy, language, architecture, science, arts, religion, society and culture;

b. Conducting events and providing educational opportunities, developing and disseminating materials, and undertaking other public activities;

c. Identifying, training, organizing, and leading volunteers to assist in carrying out the purpose of the Hellenic Foundation;

d. Working in cooperation with public and private charitable, religious and educational organizations having like purposes or programs;

e. Developing educational programs;

f. Writing, disseminating, and publishing books, articles for periodicals and other written materials and to use other media.

STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES
The Foundation seeks to preserve the significance of important Hellenic achievements through the creation and maintenance of permanent public monuments, memorials, and museums, and the promotion and enhancement of awareness and appreciation of the extraordinary contributions of Greeks to the advancement of freedom and humanity. The Foundation will erect and maintain descriptive Public Monuments celebrating and educating about important Greek achievements. The monuments and memorials will be in both Greek and English and will contain a narrative of the historical setting, accomplishments, or historical contributions of the battle, person, achievement, structure or event. Places and persons so highlighted may include the following:

(1) at Greek Battlefields where the defense of freedom and justice were predominate. Possible battlefield locations include Thermopylae, Marathon, Salamis, Platea and Leuctra, among others giving a narrative of the historical setting, tactics and strategy used and the ramifications of the battle,

(2) in important cultural locations in Greece and the United States, depicting outstanding contributions of history and literature, both of works and authors, and their historic and cultural significance, including Homer, Aeschylus, Aesop, Herodotus, Thucydides, and Nikos Kazantzakis, among others,

(3) in important cultural locations in Greece and the United States, depicting outstanding contributions in the field of philosophy and great individual philosophers, such as Aristotle, Socrates and Plato, among others,

(4) in important cultural locations in Greece and the United States, depicting the importance of the Greek language in the development of other modern languages, and highlighting important works of history and literature,

(5) in important cultural locations in Greece and the United States, depicting important architectural achievements and innovations relating to the construction of temples, stadiums, and marketplaces, among others, including edifices such as the Parthenon and the Temple of Olympian Zeus,

(6) in important cultural locations in Greece and the United States, depicting important achievements in scientific disciplines such as physics, geometry and medicine, among others, including individual contributions of Hippocrates, Pythagoras, Archimedes, Thales and others,

(7) in important cultural locations in Greece and the United States, depicting important achievements in the arts including sculpture, pottery, plays, film, music and opera, among others, including individual contributions of Phidias, Sophocles, Euripides, Maria Callas and others, and

(8) in important cultural locations in Greece and the United States, depicting important achievements in the development of important areas such as religion, society and culture, including the dissemination of the New Testament in the Greek Language, the advancement of archaeology and individual archaeological discoveries and the birth and development of democratic ideals.

 
Working with Private and Religious Organizations
Fostering Cultural and Educational Programs
Encouraging Restoration and Redevelopment
Creating and Maintaining Memorials
 
 
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
frances@hellenicfoundation.com

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

reghina@hellenicfoundation.com

 
 
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