CR HOPE Foundation is delighted to announce a new partnership with Atsoglou School – an inspiring educational institution in Greece focusing on teaching its students the values of open-mindedness, compassion, and generosity.
Founded back in 1992 by Angeliki Atsoglou, the school that bears her name is many things: it is a place for youngsters to receive good-quality education and develop their skills, to exercise the power of mind and body, to make new friends and dream about big things… But now, it has become one thing more – the first official Seeds of Light Sister School!
During the 20 years of its existence, Atsoglou school has done a lot to support numerous nonprofit organizations not only in Greece but worldwide. They have previously partnered with such world-renowned NGOs as Action Aid and Make a Wish while promoting the protection of children from poverty, sexual abuse, lack of education, and violence. After traveling to Zanzibar and witnessing the work CR HOPE is doing, Angeliki decided to get on board and partner up with our school.
In her own words: “We would like to stimulate our students as much as we can to help them expand their mind and thinking capacity. We believe that people should connect and help each other face these unresolved problems. We should fight against poverty and lack of education so that we will be able to create responsible citizens for the future. Humanity has suffered a lot because of cruelty and violence. It is time to change, and schools must encourage this change.”
On behalf of everyone at CR HOPE Foundation, we would like to express our deep gratitude to Atsoglou School and their whole team for their continuous support and all-encompassing will educate a new generation of compassionate leaders! We are excited to work with our new sister school towards giving children the opportunity to make their dreams a reality and lift their communities from poverty!
About Atsoglou School: The history of Atsoglou School starts in 1992, when the founder, Angeliki Atsoglou, after many years of working as a teacher in public kindergartens, decided to follow her dream to help children develop their skills and personality. She shared this dream with her husband and together they created a warm and inclusive school environment for infants and preschool-age children. A few decades after founding the primary school, Angeliki Atsoglou still chases the same dream: to encourage children to build strong, independent personalities with instilled humanitarian values. At this moment, she is ready to start a new project, the Atsoglou High School, so that teenagers also benefit from this educational system. To find out more, visit their website.
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