2020 has been a difficult year for everyone. In spite of the challenges you can still make a difference in the lives of deserving students.

As a member of the Athens College family, we hope you share our resolution that the best and brightest students from all walks of life can attend the College regardless of their ability to meet tuition costs and that no deserving student will be left behind due to unexpected financial hardship.

This resolution can only be met with your support. Put your solidarity to work to help those in our community and set an example for others. 
Make a holiday gift that will bring about real change!

2020 is almost over, if you have not yet made a gift please join us and support the Holiday Annual Fund.
Every gift – of any size – matters.
Let’s all participate with as much as each of us can give.
Collective participation is our strength and empowers our students.
Let’s make someday… TODAY!

All donors are acknowledged, upon donor consent, on the Annual Fund Holiday 2020 Digital Donor Wall! Acknowledgement includes full name and graduation year for alumni/ae. Gift amount is not made public.

Thank you for your support.
Here is a gift for you!
We wish you and your loved ones a joyous holiday with this year’s Athens College holiday cards in both Greek and English. You may find images of our snowy campus in Psychico to remind you of the College and to use as the background for your online meetings and calls with colleagues, family and friends! Enjoy festive music from the Music Department and Conservatory.
Happy New Year! Stay Safe!
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Athens College is one of Greece's premier Pre K-12 nonprofit educational institutions. Founded in 1925 by enlightened Greeks and supported by forward-thinking American philhellenes, Athens College currently educates 4,804 students equally divided between both genders.

For gifts in the U.S. please note that the Trustees of Athens College in Greece is a U.S. nonprofit organization described in section 170(c)(2) and 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code.

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