- As part of an event held on February 16 by the National Center for Emergency Care (EKAV) to mark Rescuer’s Sacrifice Day, the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) was honored for its longstanding support for EKAV, as well as for its ongoing Health Initiative.
14 FEBRUARY 2022Creatives Rebuild New York invites artists to apply for guaranteed income and nonprofit jobsEnvisioning a new paradigm for supporting artists and the contributions they make to our communities, Creatives Rebuild New York (CRNY) has launched two programs that seek to provide transformative opportunities to 2,700 artists.
09 FEBRUARY 2022University of Delaware students investigate green energy ‘race against time’ at CSIS Bootcamp“Since you started reading this, ___ tons of carbon have been emitted globally.”
09 FEBRUARY 2022Folk song, weather, and weaving come together in SNFPHI project covered by KathimeriniRunning through the projects supported in Greece by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Public Humanities Initiative (SNFPHI) is an undercurrent of surprise: of hidden potential revealed, of novel combinations of ideas that unlock new ways of seeing and acting.
- To celebrate the fifth anniversary of its delivery to the Greek state and the people of Greece by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF), the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC) is offering five full days of concerts, dance performances, and exhibitions for all ages.
07 FEBRUARY 2022SNF civic engagement partners collaborate in events on election integrity and rule of lawAs troubling threats to the health of democracy continue to percolate in the United States and abroad, several Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) partners are collaborating in events to explore how we can strengthen the rule of law and ensure election integrity.
- In the summer of 2021, North Evia experienced one of the worst natural disasters in Greece’s recent history. Devastating wildfires scorched 508,000 acres, destroying homes, schools, roads, factories, and much of the region’s rich forests and wildlife.
- According to new survey results from China, Greece, India, and Kenya, 94% of schools with Special Olympics Unified Schools programming say it has helped significantly reduce bullying, teasing and offensive language in their communities.