In a world characterized by great social and income inequalities, actions of solidarity that address temporary or permanent needs of our fellow-citizens, highlight the values of humanism.
These acts come from different sources and take various forms. Some people prefer to donate money, others to offer time and work as volunteers, and others to offer food, clothes or other goods.
Greece was in the fortunate position to have significant national benefactors who contributed to the development of the Greek society and economy through important projects and donations, in difficult times. However, offering to charities, societies, and other institutions for various noble purposes, is not just for those who have lots of money.
It is something we all should do and something that we should teach our children from the very early age, by providing the right example.
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