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The guarantee for the Cooperative Bank of Karditsa will not only help the bank to provide more finance to Greek micro-entrepreneurs but additional services including mentoring and networking will help companies to grow.” The Cooperative Bank of Karditsa’s President, Georgios Boukis said: ”It is a great honour for us being the first bank in Greece to sign this guarantee agreement with the EIF, and is also an important recognition for both the Cooperative Bank of Karditsa and the role of Cooperative Banks in Greece.Philanthropia is a tradition of the Greek Orthodox Church, dating from the Byzantine Empire, which was the first State to offer philanthropic and charitable assistance to its citizens. James, in his Epistle, Chapter 1, Verse 22, exhorts all Christians to be "Doers of the Word, and hearers only". Their accomplishments are monumental and are recorded in the annals of every Chapter of the organization.The beginning of the Philoptochos Society can be traced to the late nineteenth century when hundreds of immigrants were arriving daily in the United States from Greece. In 1894, Father Paisios Ferentinos, who was serving the Holy Trinity Church in New York City, undertook, with the assistance of Mrs. Penelope Eleftheropoulos, the formidable task of welcoming the new émigrés and assist them to acclimate themselves to their new environment. The Society applied for a charter to the State of New York as a philanthropic agency engaged in charitable activities rendering services to the poor.The European Investment Fund (EIF) and the Cooperative Bank of Karditsa have signed the first guarantee agreement aimed at supporting micro-enterprises in Greece under the EU Programme for Employment and Social Innovation (Ea SI).
Quitting her job at the Royal Observatory, Olga Kevelos spent the next two years with all-female volunteer crews which manned barges carrying vital war materials along the Grand Union Canal between London and the Midlands.Throughout the nation women's clubs were being formed: in New York City, Chicago, Lowell, Philadelphia, Birmingham, Boston, San Francisco, Washington, D. Louis, Milwaukee, Newark, and wherever there were Greek Orthodox Churches. In 1909, a Philoptochos Society was formed in Chicago, utilizing the facilities of the Hull House, a social center, as its headquarters.In 1902, the first Ladies Philoptochos was officially established at the Holy Trinity Church in New York City, under the spiritual guidance of Father Methodios Kourkoulis, and the leadership of three prominent ladies in the Greek community: Mrs. Miss Jane Addams, a fervent phil-Hellene, was the director and founder of Hull House, and rendered immeasurable services to the Greek community.Namedays are a special and important part of Greek life because the very names themselves go back to the very beginning of Greek culture.Coming down to us through the ages are the marvelous names of heroes, saints and mythological figures such as the mighty Heraklis, Odysseus, Alexander, Socrates, Plato, Constantine, Helen and many many more.