A Night to Honor and Applaud our Best and Brightest Stars
“Our forefather, Thucydides, had written that the secret of happiness is freedom, and the secret of freedom is courage. Have the courage to chase your dreams, to dare boldly in the face of overwhelming odds and attempt the impossible. Let your inner Greek shine and tune out the naysayers. Find your aristeia, your bestness, and live life with passion and conviction, always be true to thine own self.” These are the words of Dean Karnazes, our 2015 Paradigm Award honoree.
Dean knows how to push himself to the limit, and try to be the best you can be. Named one of Time Magazine’s “Top 100 most Influential People in the World” he remains humble and grateful, stating that“receiving the Paradigm Award means more to me, because it is personal. I am Greek, a modern Greek, and I will cherish this award forever.”
2015 Paradigm Award honoree Dean Karnazes running 135 miles nonstop across Death Valley
Join Dean Karnazes along with hundreds of supporters on Saturday, June 20, 2015 to help celebrate and applaud our 40 scholarship award recipients, who all pushed themselves to excel and be the best they could be. $250,000 in scholarships will be distributed – totaling $2.3 million in monetary scholarships to Greek American college students since the Foundation’s inception.
The event, taking place at the Hilton Chicago promises to be an unforgettable evening that also helps support a worthy cause. The Foundation is also excited to welcome actress, writer and producer Krystal White, who will serve as the evening’s Mistress of Ceremonies. For reservations please call (312) 357-6432 or purchase your event tickets here. Guests will enjoy dinner, dancing and entertainment by the Chris Sarlas Orchestra. You could even walk away with one of three cash raffle prizes, including our $10,000 grand raffle prize! For additional event details please visit our website.
Become our philanthropic partner – the greatest gift you can give is accessibility to an education. All proceeds benefit the PanHellenic Scholarship Foundation’s educational, cultural and leadership programs. Take the Chairman’s Challenge, and all donations over $1,000 willbe matched dollar for dollar up to $250,000.
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