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Alex Theodoridis (left) with The Hellenic Initiative Perth directors Nick Mitaros, Lee Verios and Evan Nicholas at the Kailis Bros luncheon earlier this month.

Perth initiative gives to Greeks

The Hellenic Initiative Australia has launched a campaign inviting people travelling to Greece to volunteer while they holiday.

Co-founded by prominent Australian businessman and Darwin-born Dow Chemical Company chief executive, Andrew Liveris, the Hellenic Initiative is a global program supporting recovery and renewal in Greece via philanthropy and economic development programs.

The Australian arm was established in 2015 to join the international movement, and has assisted 12 Greek graduates complete six-month paid internships in Australia, including with Cox Architects in Perth.

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