The support of our elder alumni inspires and motivates collective participation

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Let's all participate in the Holiday Annual Fund 2021!
Let's decorate the Athens College giving tree to the treetop!
Your gift is important. It decorates our tree with ornaments, filling our students and future alumni with optimism.
As elder alumni, you experienced the value and significance of a diverse student community. You treasured our School in an exceptional way and developed strong bonds of friendship that have lasted to this day.
Your support is an inspiration to the whole College family and motivates collective participation.
The Scholarship Program is the Athens College family.
Collective participation is our strength. Every gift is an act of optimism.

Our gift to you! One of a kind recipes from our School’s Christmas Bazaar!
If you have already made a gift, we thank you on behalf of the College.
All donors - irrespective of gift amount - are acknowledged, upon donor consent, on the Annual Fund Digital Donor Wall. Donors are also acknowledged in the annual Report on Giving (el) within Giving Societies (Honor Roll of Donors), according to their aggregate giving level and their stated preference. Consecutive giving of 5 and 10 years is indicated. 
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USA Τ: +1 212 697 7071
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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 more than 4,700 students equally divided between both genders. According to our School's longstanding tradition of giving, all funds are reinvested in serving the vision of its founders and its mission. Today, 1 in 4 students attending the College receives financial aid (including Covid-19 relief).
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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