AHEPA Supports the HCGM Schools
AHEPA’s 16th annual SAINT VALENTINE’S BALL
The AHEPA Family Charitable Foundation of Canada and the Montreal AHEPA Family are hosting the 16th Annual Saint Valentine’s Ball Fundraising Campaign for the HCGM “Socrates-Démosthène” School.
Find all the details in their official Press Release below:
The American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association (AHEPA) Family in Montreal celebrates sixteen years of fundraising for the prosperity of our children and the continual betterment of their environment.
MONTREAL – The AHEPA Family Charitable Foundation of Canada and the Montreal AHEPA Family are excited to announce the 16th Annual Saint Valentine’s Ball taking place on Saturday, February 14th, 2015 at the Palace Reception and Convention Halls (1717 Le Corbusier Blvd., Laval, Quebec, H7S 2K7). Over the last sixteen memorable years, this event has raised over $650,000 for the love of children. All of the last 16 years Balls have been dedicated to Children’s Causes, which include:
The Ste. Justine Hospital, The Montreal Children’s Hospital, The Shriners Hospital for Sick Children, Giant Steps School for Autistic Children, The Jewish Hospital Neo Natal Clinic and others.
The outburst of new technologies has noticeably influenced 21st century globalization and is about to play a critical role in today’s educational system.
This year’s objective is to equip our Hellenic community’s Socrates-Démosthène School System and their educators with modern-day digital technology aimed at welcoming and promoting a new era of future-forward education. A high-quality education system focuses not only on what is being taught, but when and how information is efficiently being transmitted to the student. Electronics can facilitate the learning process and change the way the old-school classroom functions. In an ever-growing tech-savvy society, software Knowledge is essential and required towards successfully adapting to the inevitable digital environment.
With your continuing support and generosity, we can help provide the students with the necessary electronic tools needed to further develop their skills and broaden their educational experience, as well as introduce them to complex technological systems and prepare them for the inevitable rise of a “Big Data” world.
The world today is the midst of developing the blueprints of tomorrow and in encouraging our students to pursue extraordinary ideas in a remodeled education system, we welcome the future as organized and open-minded delegates of the digital age.
Effie Sapuridis at 514-895-6675
Frank Antoniou at 514-594-1148