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John and Mary Pappajohn Foundation Gifts $100K to Ukrainian People for Food

DES MOINES, IA – The John and Mary Pappajohn Foundation is donating $100,000 to the Ukrainian people for food. Entrepreneur, philanthropist, and business leader John Pappajohn was a nine-month-old when he arrived as an immigrant to the United States with his family. He feels a strong moral obligation to help the less fortunate and in his gratitude to America for the opportunities he had is now helping to support the Ukrainian refugees in their future life adjustments. The funds will be managed by The Hellenic Initiative and the Greek Orthodox Church.

Dedicated philanthropists, John and Mary Pappajohn have contributed millions of dollars to state, educational, and fine arts endeavors.

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