To promote the ancient Hellenic ideals of education, philanthropy, civic responsibility, integrity, and family and individual excellence through community service and volunteerism.
Supreme President Carl Hollister visited Houston to survey the flood damage caused by Hurricane and presented AHEPA's initial $15,000 donation, with more to come. The supreme president visited with four families whose homes suffered severe flood damage and lent assistance and moral support. After surveying the damage, Hollister set a goal of raising $100,000 by month's end. He also thanked members of the community for helping with the massive amount of clean-up and recovery efforts in Harvey's wake
What makes AHEPA unique from other organizations is the creation of the AHEPA Family. Together with three affiliated organizations, the AHEPA Family works as a unit toward the fulfillment of a common mission
The Order of AHEPA has developed a members only collegiate network in order to assist those in the AHEPA family applying to college. The thought behind this is for the applicant to be able to reach out to alumni of the school they plan to pursue their education at for advice and letters of recommendation.
We are asking any member who is willing to be added to this database to fill out the form we've created and linked to below, and thank you in advance for supporting the youth of the AHEPA family!
Your information will only be shared with students applying to your alma mater. Thank you in advance for supporting this endeavor!