Q & A with Steve Vranakis (To Be Determined)


April 14, 2020

THI Canada’s Vancouver Launch Event

 

Out of an abundance of caution and for the protection of our and the wider community from the COVID-19 spread, THI Canada has decided to postpone the Vancouver Launch Event with Steve Vranakis scheduled for April 14, 2020 in Vancouver.

 

Tickets holders will automatically be reimbursed.

If you have any questions or concerns,
please contact info@ca.thehellenicinitiative.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fireside Chat & Q&A with: Steve Vranakis

Chief Creative Officer of Greece Steve Vranakis
Former Executive Creative Director of Google’s Creative Lab

 

Steve Vranakis has been appointed as Greece’s first ever Chief Creative Officer by the Greek Prime Minister. In his new role, Vranakis will focus on re-branding the nation of Greece abroad with a narrative focusing on technology, creativity, innovation and sustainability. His goal is to let the world know that Greece is back and he aims to send a strong message to the legions of Greeks abroad that it’s time to rebuild the nation after a decade of crisis.

 

At our first fundraising event in Vancouver, Steve Vranakis will be our special guest assisting our efforts to raise much needed funds for our charitable work in Greece. All proceeds of this event will go towards supporting our work with partner charity Prolepsis/Diatrofi providing daily meals to students in impoverished areas of Greece.

 

 

 

** OFFICIAL TAX DEDUCTIBLE RECEIPTS WILL BE ISSUED AFTER EVENT FOR THE PORTION OF THE TICKET ELIGIBLE FOR CHARITY DONATION **

Tuesday, April 14, 2020
Hellenic Community Hall
4500 Arbutus Street
Vancouver, B.C. V6J 4A2
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All proceeds of this event will go towards supporting our work with partner charity Prolepsis/Diatrofi providing daily meals to students in impoverished areas of Greece.

 

 

THI Canada will be providing 8,350 nutritious meals to students of three schools (two located in Xanthi and one in Attica) during the current school year through the DIATROFI program. It is estimated that 75.5% of the students’ families in these schools face food insecurity. During the school years of 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 THI Canada has provided 24,123 healthy meals for children who experience food insecurity, hunger and malnutrition.