to American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association (AHEPA)
Palmetto Chapter 284, based in Columbia, South Carolina. We
invite you to take a tour of our website to learn more about the
organization. If you don't find what you are looking for,
please contact us by phone at (803) 695-1934.
mission of AHEPA is to promote Hellenism, Education, Philanthropy,
Civic Responsibility, and Family and Individual Excellence.
We invite you to visit our pages and learn more about our chapter
and the many ways we fulfill our mission in the Columbia area.
AHEPA is the leading Greek American philanthropic organization in
the world, contributing over $1 billion to worthy causes. From
the restoration of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island to
building urban hospital centers to affordable
housing for the elderly, AHEPA is where Greek Americans come
together to make a difference.
Education is one of the cornerstones of AHEPA’s mission.
AHEPA members strive to create opportunities for young people to
reach their full potential. The Palmetto Chapter 284 is proud
to offer two scholarships to help
students achieve their education goals: the George A. Boukedes
Athletic Scholarship and the Dr. Daniel S. Kavadas Scholarship.
Foundation for Greek Language and Culture
with the American Foundation for Greek Language and Culture
(AFGLSC), the AHEPA Palmetto Chapter 284 is in the beginning stages
of establishing the AHEPA Center for Hellenic Studies at the
University of South Carolina. The Center will assist in promoting
the study of Hellenism at USC through the many academic fields that
define Greek society and culture.
Supper Committee Schedule
Ahepans in the News
AHEPA OYSTER ROAST
$25 Per Ticket
Charleston Plato Chapter
James Island Yacht Club
735 Wampler Drive
Cocktails 6:00 pm
Dinner 7:00 pm
Fellowship 7:30 pm
The Lourie Center
1650 Park Circle
Columbia, SC 29201