Greek Award for ICC Volunteer

On Saturday, March 14, Dimitri Triantos, an ICC volunteer who lives in the Netherlands, received an award  in Athens, the Greek capital. Dimitri is orignally from Greece, and he received this recognition from the Association of the Greek village, Athamanion.

 

About six weeks previously, Dimitri received a phone call from Greece. He was invited to a party of the association from hiis native village, Athamanion, which is situated high in the mountains in the west of Greece. Many residents of this beautiful mountain village have built up an existence in the Greek capital. Therefore, the award was issued in Athens. It was the first time that an award was presented in the context of philanthropy. Dimitri received this recognition because for almost 20 years he has committed to the global work of International Children’s Care. Even before IKN officially launched in the Netherlands (May 3, 1994) he organised relief transports to  Romania. Under his inspiring leadership more than  25 aid shipments have been sent all over the world. 

Dimitri (dark suit) receiving award withi his wife, Magda (right), joining him

Dimitri (dark suit) receiving award withi his wife, Magda (right), joining him

Athamanion Village

Athamanion Village

 

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