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“With your support, WE CAN!!!

We are very fortunate to have a dedicated and energetic group of volunteers here at Merimna. We are always looking for new volunteers from various walks of life to contribute their time, energy and experience to support Merimna to reach our goals.
Volunteers can help with many activities such as: translations, office support, maintenance jobs, IT assistance, the organization, promotion of and working at fundraising events, the participation/organization of events held for children and families who are assisted by Merimna and of course participating in all annual events organized by Friends of Merimna (ie: Bazaars, Spring Picnic etc.)”

To get more information and complete the participation form, please press here.

We are looking forward to seeing you all there.

Friday 21 June 12a.m. – 7 p.m.
Saturday 22 June 12a.m. – 7p.m.
Sunday 23 June 11a.m. – 4p.m.

Access: «Keramikos» metro station.

Starting with a tour of the Archaeological Museum of Nemea, at the Sanctuary of Zeus and the ancient stadium we finished our day walking around the vineyards of Karamitsos wineries in an initial attempt to understand the amazing world of wine production in combination with the sampling of local and traditional tastes. Definitely, a day to remember!

For one more year we run with no finish line…………but with a high aim……to help children in need.

A talk on the subject “Why Greece finds it so hard to adapt to a fast-changing world” given by Loucas Tsoukalis professor of the University of Athens – President of ELIAMEP and Nikos Marazitis Professor at the University of Macedonia.

At the fantastic premises of The Hub Events the speakers gave the audience plenty of food for thought.



In this event taking place on the 12th of March 2019 at the Hilton hotel, our sponsors who have unfailingly supported our work for the last three years were honored.

The board members of Merimna, unanimously decided to award the prize, Constantinos Papadatos, to Mrs. Tasia Tsadila, a social worker, who after her retirement in 2010 works with Merimna providing services as a member of our team of Offering Relief Services for children at Home.