Photo from the 1950 Velouchi Convention
Photo from the 1950 Velouchi Convention
The association was established in 1944 and operates for the realization of philanthropic, patriotic, educational cultural goals, whose extent, definition & other details are described in its By-Laws. The Association shall not operate for profit and no profit incur to the benefit of any individual connected with the organization except in consideration for services rendered.
78 Years of Philanthropy in America & Greece
Announcements & Updates
Greek Wildfires Relief Campaign is coming to a close. It's not too late to donate. Learn more HERE
Please join us at our 78th National Convention in
KARPENISI-EVRYTANIA * JULY 28-31, 2022
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Amid the Ongoing COVID-19/Delta Variant
Global Pandemic Outbreak
STAY HEALTHY & SAFE – WEAR MASKS - SAVE LIVES
We will continue to keep you updated on the latest news
OUR 2021 RAFFLE WAS A SUCCESS
Thanks to everyone who purchased tickets and made our 2021 National Raffle a success. Your contribution has greatly supported our Scholarship Recipients in America & Greece.
The drawing took place during our
Board of Trustees Zoom Meeting on
Sunday, October 3, 2021.
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR RAFFLE WINNERS
FIRST PRIZE $10000
VELOUCHI CHAPTER 17 “O Aetos”, Atlanta, GA
SECOND PRIZE $3000
DIMITRA BAKOGIANNIS, Bennettsville, SC
THIRD PRIZE $1000
GEORGIA ATHENS, Charlotte, NC
FOURTH PRIZE $1000
FANIS TSIAMTSIOURIS, Saddle River, NJ
We are also deeply grateful to the following
members who worked very hard promoting and
selling a great number of raffle tickets.
They truly made the difference!
James/Roula Chulkas, John/Evgenia Hondros
National Raffle Committee 2021
Tommy Pappas, Chair (704-534-0048)
George Katergaris, Vice-Chair (704-846-1853)
James Kastriches (704-846-1853)
John Peslis (717-649-7616) * Tom Skenteris (910-494-5597)
Danny Ziozios (704-621-0620) * Jimmy Skenteris (910-494-5597)
All Chapter Presidents and Representatives to the National Board
PRESIDENT'S NEW MESSAGE
Dear Fellow Evrytanians,
I hope everyone is well and has had a healthy and safe summer. Many were able to take some welldeserved vacations after a year of restrictions. As we continue to struggle with coronavirus, please remember to keep taking necessary precautions to stay healthy. By the time you receive this issue, we will have had our first Board of Trustees meeting for 2021-2022. We begin the year eager to further the charitable work of the Velouchi and to do what is best for the membership. During the meeting, we will be drawing the raffle tickets for our annual scholarship fundraiser with the lucky winners to be announced soon thereafter.
Submission Deadline: MAY 1, 2022
ALL application information is required to be completed and on file in our headquarters offices by May 1, 2022. Incomplete applications packages or applications received after this deadline will not be considered for a scholarship.
President: James Chulkas
1st Vice President: Jimmy Canavos
2nd Vice President: Alfred Barefoot
1st Secretary: Katie Chulkas
2nd Secretary: Paul Kanos
1st Treasurer: Nicholas Kleto
2nd Treasurer: Tommy Pappas
121 Greenwich Rd. Ste 212
Charlotte, NC 28211
Office Manager: Larry Peroulas
O: 704-366-6571 * C: 704-231-2625 * firstname.lastname@example.org
Humanitarian Relief & Children with Special Needs
Thank you for your past generous donations, we ask for your support to continue this outstanding program. We hope this year’s plea will...
Scholarships & Application
For students of Evrytanian extraction or children of members of the Association residing in the United States or Canada.
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DVD & Achievements
Take a look at the official Velouchi DVD and the Achievements of this outstanding organization.
ACADEMY OF ATHENS * THE GREAT CROSS OF OUR SAVIOR * ST. PAUL’S MEDAL
SOCIAL WELLFARE * RECOGNITION OF VELOUCHI BULLETIN (ROME)
ΒΡΑΒΕΙΟ ΑΚΑΔΗΜΙΑΣ ΑΘΗΝΩΝ * ΜΕΓΑΛΟΣΤΑΥΡΟΣ ΤΟΥ ΣΩΤΗΡΟΣ * ΜΕΤΑΛΛΙΟ ΑΓΙΟΥ ΠΑΥΛΟΥ
ΒΡΑΒΕΙΟ ΚΟΙΝΩΝΙΚΗΣ ΠΡΟΝΟΙΑΣ * ΑΝΑΓΝΩΡΙΣΗ ΕΦΗΜΕΡΙΔΑΣ «ΤΟ ΒΕΛΟΥΧΙ»