- 02 JANUARY 2011 / Andreas Dracopoulos talks to The National Herald
SNF’s Co-President, Andreas Dracopoulos, talks about philanthropy, the Foundation, the SNFCC, Greece, and the Greek American community in an interview for The National Herald’s Sunday Magazine.
- 20 DECEMBER 2010 / Soccer Training Academy, Mimis Papaioannou Ethos Cup
The Children’s Soccer Training program will host an end-of-year Soccer Tournament Academy for students ages 13-14.
- 19 DECEMBER 2010 / Inauguration of the Cultural Center of Sparta
The renovated Cultural Center of Sparta will be inaugurated on December 19, 2010, following extensive works to the historic building, which will house the local city museum.
- 15 DECEMBER 2010 / Renzo Piano talks to Kathimerini
Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center design architect, Renzo Piano, speaks to Kathimerini Sunday edition in an interview published on December 12, 2010.
- 15 DECEMBER 2010 / The National Herald
Article in The National Herald about the inauguration ceremony for the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Learning Center at the Cathedral School in Manhattan, New York.
- 13 DECEMBER 2010 / The National Herald
Article in the Greek American daily, The National Herald, about Dimitri Mitropoulos, whose work was recently celebrated by the New York Philharmonic in a special tribute supported by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation.
- 11 DECEMBER 2010 / The Wall Street Journal
Article in The Wall Street Journal about ACRIA’s (AIDS Community Research Initiative of America) holiday dinner, honoring the Stavros Niarchos Foundation and Spyros Niarchos.
- 08 DECEMBER 2010 / Arcturos inaugurates its new Center for Environmental Education
The opening of the new Center for Environmental Education of Arcturos will be held on Friday, December 10th, 2010, at the historic building of the Nikeios School, at Nymfaio, Florina.
- 06 DECEMBER 2010 / The National Herald
Article in the Greek American daily, The National Herald, on the Foundation’s grant to New York Hospital Queens, in support of a fellowship, which for the next five years will train four physicians from Greece every year on critical aspects of emergency medicine.