Perpetual Named Scholarships
Perpetual Named Scholarships are established by a donation. This donation guarantees a contribution will live on in perpetuity; given that the sum is protected and only the interest is used to fund the yearly scholarships.
- Chris Tarnaris Memorial Undergraduate Scholarship
- Dagonas Family Undergraduate Scholarship
- Dr. Dimitrios Oreopoulos Undergraduate Scholarship
- Jimmy the Greek Undergraduate Scholarship
- John Alexopoulos Memorial Undergraduate Scholarship
- Justice Andromache Karakatsanis Undergraduate Scholarship
- Olympia and Spyros Thomas Undergraduate Scholarship
To establish a named scholarship with the HHF please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to speaking with you.”
Savvas Chamberlain Family Foundation & The Perimeter Institute
The Hellenic Heritage Foundation in partnership with the Savvas Chamberlain Family Foundation have contributed matching funds to create the Anaximandros Fellowship at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics. Named after one of the earliest thinkers to attribute order in the universe to physical processes and in honour of 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Mr. Mike Lazaridis, this honourary scholarship is reserved for students who are passionate about theoretical physics and is exclusively available for promising young physics talent of Hellenic heritage, including Greek-Cypriot heritage.
Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) Canada-Greece Fund
The HHF has directed funding towards the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Undergraduate Exchange Scholarship Fund. The fund supports students enrolled in undergraduate programs at Greece universities, which allows them to study at York.
The Stavros Niarchos Foundation International Visiting Graduate Student Scholarship is an award available annually to a doctoral student from Greece, studying at York U.
HHF/Nick Mirkopoulos Memorial Scholarship
The HHF, in partnership with the Mirkopoulos Family and the University of Toronto have jointly funded a $100,000 endowment which will provide a $5,000 perpetual scholarship to be awarded annually to a PhD Student within the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Music.