- 28 May 2021 / SNF Completes $100 Million Global COVID-19 Relief Initiative
- 28 May 2021 / New Hospital Triples the Number of Surgical Beds for Children in Uganda
Children’s Surgical Hospital, a new facility in Entebbe, Uganda, created through the efforts of Italian nonprofit EMERGENCY, began serving patients in April 2021. The first patients, Ramadhan, Topista, Justine, Katongole, Matovu, and Jordan, are between 3 and 11 years old and received treatment for a range of medical conditions.
- 28 May 2021 / Spotlight on 25 Years of Grantmaking: Notes from SNF Program Officer, Rosalyn Benjamin
- 27 May 2021 / SNF DIALOGUES Webcast - On the Street: A Discussion about Homelessness with the Homeless
Five people who have experienced homelessness talk about this social issue in the SNF DIALOGUES webcast.
- 25 May 2021 / Staellinika Adds to Resources for Young Learners with New Mythology Course
Medusa, Hercules, and Daedalus will be your teachers in the newest educational resource on the Staellinika platform: a course on mythology for learners 8 and up.
- 24 May 2021 / Sports Paths Resumes Free Activities for Kids’ Health in the Greek Islands
The Sports Paths program, paused temporarily by the pandemic, is relaunching, inviting children from five remote Greek islands to enjoy free sports and creative activities guided by experienced physical education instructors.
- 18 May 2021 / Stunning Mosaics Now on Display at a New Site in Sparta
Two exceptional Roman mosaics in Sparta are now on display for the public to enjoy. The House of the Mosaics, constructed through an initiative spearheaded by former Minister Ioannis Varvitsiotis and supported in full by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF), is now welcoming visitors.
- 18 May 2021 / Spotlight on 25 Years of Grantmaking Dimitra Chatzivasiliou
- 18 May 2021 / If this Exhibit Does its Job, you’ll Leave with Questions
Why do rainbows curve? When we look closer, even the most familiar phenomenon or object proves to be a gateway to a spectrum of deeper questions, big and small. These questions form the basis of scientific inquiry, artistic exploration, and a new exhibit at We the Curious, an interactive science center in Bristol, England.