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AHEPA Coordinates Efforts to Help Earthquake Victims

WASHINGTON, DC – Supreme President of the Order of AHEPA Jimmy Kokotas announced on February 7 AHEPA’s efforts to help the victims of the earthquakes near the Syrian/Turkish borders.

He said: “Our sincere condolences are with the families of the victims of the devastating earthquake that struck in southeast Türkiye as well as with the Turkish and Syrian people impacted. The substantial loss of life is tragic as the death toll surpasses 3,000. May their memories be eternal.”

AHEPA stands with the people affected by these devastating earthquakes, during this overwhelming humanitarian crisis, and as with similar natural disasters to strike the region, AHEPA will provide aid through its chapter in Constantinople. Since 1922 AHEPA has been at the forefront of aid and will continue to do so.

Supreme President Kokotas asked the efforts to be coordinated in Europe, and funds sent to the AHEPA Chapter #601 with account information as follows:


Account: Friends of Chapter 601

Account #: 0026 0232 55 02011 80077

IBAN: GR29 0260 2320 0005 5020 1180 077

“Please do your part and send a donation today so the local AHEPA can send need food and clothing,” the statement from AHEPA said. “If you have any questions, please contact AHEPA Supreme Governor Region 10 Yiannis Mitropoulos via email: [email protected].”


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