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- Action Aid: ActionAid is an international, non-governmental organization. It works with more than 15 million people in 45 countries. It considers poverty to be an injustice to human existence itself and fights for a world free from poverty and injustice, in which every person will enjoy the right to live with dignity. Where it deploys programs on the ground, ActionAid does not impose solutions. It works together with the people in the local communities, fighting together with them –at the local, national and international level– for the solutions that will help people change their life in the long term, through their own efforts.
- I Aggalia: With selflessness, love and respect, the Unborn Child Protection Association “I Aggalia” assists married or unmarried women whom abandonment, abuse and socio-economic difficulties push to take the life of their unborn child. The Association offers protection to the child, both during pregnancy and after birth, while at the same time it also supports the parents, both morally and materially. Its aim is to provide services completely free of charge and to ensure the conditions that will make it possible for the child to grow up in a healthy family environment, with the warmth of its mother's and father’s presence. “I Aggalia” supports the institutions of marriage and family and encourages childbearing. In addition, it helps to inform the public through seminars, lectures, workshops, the distribution of publications and through social networks and its website, about issues such as pregnancy, maternity, human rights and demographics. Since its foundation in 1998 and until 2019, “I Aggalia” has supported a total of 7,686 families nationwide, while more than 2,900 children have been born with its assistance.
- Amimoni: Panhellenic Association of Parents, Guardians and Friends of Multiply Disabled Visually Impaired People.
- Pediatric Trauma Care: The aim of “Pediatric Trauma Care” is to reduce the number of children’s accidents, to immediately and properly deal with children’s injuries.
- Hospice for Neuro-disability: Hospice for Neuro-disability & Foundation for the Care of Neurological Illnesses.
- Doctors of the World / Médecins du Monde – Greece: Provision of medical care and assistance wherever people are at risk
- Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières: Provision of medical assistance free from all discriminations.
- Grammi Zois Provision of free care, protection and safety services to the elderly. www.lifelinehellas.gr
- Desmos: Non-Profit Foundation acting as a hub between donors and beneficiary organizations since 2012.
- ELEPAP: ELEPAP - Rehabilitation for the Disabled is the oldest non-profit charity in Greece. For 80 years, it has been offering rehabilitation services, from birth to adulthood, to more than 100,000 children with mobility impairments.
- Cerebral Palsy Greece / Open Door: Assistance to people with cerebral palsy and their families.
- The Child’s Heart: Association working to provide moral and material support, as well as information, to the families of children suffering from congenital heart diseases.
- KETHEA: Psychological support and information on addiction-related issues.
- Autism Centre SOS: Association of Parents and Guardians & Friends of Autistic Children “SOS”.
- Lampsi: Association established to help children suffering from neoplastic diseases and related diseases to have access to healthcare and to the best possible medical treatment and psychological support.
- Together for Children: A collective effort of charitable organizations to provide for children in need.
- MDA Hellas Association supporting and aiding people with neuromuscular diseases. https://mdahellas.gr/?lang=en
- MEDASSET: International Non-Profit Organization working to protect marine and coastal ecosystems in the Mediterranean, with priority on sea turtles.
- SOS Children’s Villages Greece: Organization supporting and caring for children who are alone in the world.
- Pammakaristos: Foundation offering special education and welfare services to children with special needs or severe social deficits.
- Greek Alliance for Rare Diseases: Non-profit association whose purpose is to develop research, awareness, mutual support and information collection activities, in Greece and around the world, on common issues of rare diseases of genetic or other origin.
- Sikiarideio Foundation Open Care Centre providing vocational training to children and young persons with intellectual and learning disabilities, aged 5 to 21.
- Young Women’s Education Society: The Young Women’s Education Society operates an embroidering and weaving workshop and sales shop, also offering training classes in related arts and professions.
- To Ergastiri: Association of Parents, Guardians and Friends of People with Disabilities.
- “Yaya’s Garden” Nursery: Model kindergarten in the city of Kalamata, for children from families with social and financial difficulties.
- The Smile of the Child: Voluntary organization whose purpose is to defend children’s rights not only in theory but in practice.
- Lighthouse for the Blind of Greece: Creates the required logistical infrastructure, services and Productive Laboratories, for the free coverage of the needs of adults with vision problems (and the newly blinded) for a dignified, independent daily life and active social and professional action.
- Floga: Association of Parents of Children with Neoplastic Disease - Childhood cancer.
- Hatzikyriakeio Childcare Institution: A historic Greek childcare Institution.
- Merimna Paidiou Katerinis: A Greek non-profit NGO that was founded in 1979, in Katerini by a team of volunteers. Its purpose is to promote the rights and well-being of disabled persons especially the ones with mental disability, autism, cerebral palsy and multiple disabilities.
- Shedia Street Paper: "Shedia" is the only Greek street paper and a member of the International Network of Street Papers. It is a special opportunity for the citizens experiencing social exclusion to ensure a minimum, decent income, as well as a means of disengagement from the vicious cycle of social exclusion. It is also an additional incentive to rebuild their lives. Through a series of sporting, social, cultural and environmental initiatives it tries to help people to help themselves. "Shedia" is about connecting with the world, it's a step towards social reinclusion, it's a step towards social rehabilitation, it's a restoration of dignity, it's the recognition and acceptance of ourselves and the other.
- Merimna: "Merimna" is a non-profit organisation that provides Bereavement Counseling Support to children and families experiencing the loss or the serious illness of a loved one. Merimna offers all its services free of charge for 28 years. It is also the only organization in Greece that provides Pediatric Palliative Home Care to children with life-threatening illness and their families. Additionally, Merimna trains health professionals and educators in the management of bereavement and serious illness. Finally, it designs and implements psychosocial interventions to support students, teachers and parents after a traumatic event, crisis or major disaster.
OASIS: In the year 2002, the organization "OASIS" was founded as a support center for addicts. In our 20 years of operation, we have supported approximately 10.000 people throughout the country and have become a point of reference in the field of drug addiction, being the first to introduce the 12-step treatment method in Greece, following the model of "Alcoholics Anonymous". For these actions, they have been awarded by the President of the Republic, the Ministry of Health, the Prefecture of Thessaloniki, by Rotary and the acclaimed BRAVO institution.
ARSIS – Association for social support of Youth : ARSIS is a social non-governmental organization that has been active in various regions in Greece for 30 years and currently operating in Thessaloniki, Athens, Volos, Kozani, Ioannina, Alexandroupolis and on islands of the border line of the Aegean (Chios, Samos, Leros Kos). The work of ARSIS is supported by specialized staff and trained volunteers who operate based on the collective values of social solidarity, acceptance, democracy and mutual respect.
50 PLUS HELLAS: 50plus Hellas is the first national organization concerned with the rights of people over the age of 50. It is a non-profit organization founded in 2005. They aim to promote the improvement in the quality of life through actions of empowerment and inclusion, training programs addressed to older people and relevant professionals. At 50 plus the work for a new perspective and attitude of all generations towards ageing well, as well as, for a new understanding so Greek society becomes friendly for all citizens, regardless their age.
ARCTUROS: ARCTUROS is a non-profit, non-governmental, environmental organization (NGO) founded in 1992, focusing on the protection of wildlife fauna and natural habitat, in Greece and abroad.