PanHellenic Scholarship Foundation to Present Awards Gala Online on June 13

CHICAGO – PanHellenic Scholarship Foundation Awards Gala will be presented online on Saturday, June 13, 7:30 PM CT, this year, distributing $250,000 in scholarships to 40 deserving students.

The Foundation is asking that those who have purchased a $100 raffle book or $250 event ticket in previous years for the traditional in-person Gala, to please consider donating the same amount to the 2020 Virtual Awards Gala to help make a difference. To date, the PanHellenic Scholarship Foundation has provided inspiration to 550+ undergraduate students with $3.5 Million in scholarships.

The Foundation invites everyone to join the event online and help spread the word to friends and families to make this a celebratory global event.

Those interested may RSVP and receive texts and updates from the Foundation, by phone: Text “Gala” to 206-736-1901 or online: https://www.dptext.org/campaigns/previewiframe/3757.

The PanHellenic Scholarship Foundation’s mission is to promote education by providing scholarships and educational programs to Greek American college students who, guided by the values of their Hellenic upbringing, have the potential to become life-long significant achievers and contribute meaningfully to society.

More information about the PanHellenic Scholarship Foundation is available online: https://www.panhellenicsf.org.


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