“Mitsias Sings For Greece”: Greek Legendary Singer Manolis Mitsias to perform at a benefit concert FUNDS RAISED AS OF THIS PRESS RELEASE $140,000

Source: greeknewsonline

New Jersey

On March 23, 2013, at 7:00 p.m., the P.G.E.I. Charitable Foundation and the Hellenic Federation of New Jersey will co-host, with the support of Pan Gregorian Enterprises, a concert to benefit charities in Greece and Cyprus who are well known for their transparency and the wonderful results of their charitable mission.

This benefit concert is anticipated for a long  time by the Hellenic Community of New Jersey and will be an event to remember.  The concert will be a first class event performed by Manolis Mitsias, the acclaimed and well known singer of many memorable songs and will be accompanied by Dimitris Mariolas on Bouzouki and the Syn-Phonia Band featuring Aphrodite Daniel, Rena Tsapela, Panagiotis Andreou Christos Papadopoulos.  The concert will be given at the impressive Nicholas Music Center at Rutgers University, New Brunswick.

The funds raised are dedicated for the support of four charities: Hamogelo tou Paidiou (Smile of the Child) which provides a home and other services to needy children throughout Greece, Kivotos tou Kosmou (Ark of the World) which provides services to needy families in Greece, Apostoli (Mission) of the Archdiocese of Athens which runs soup kitchens for the hungry in Athens and surrounding areas, and The Cyprus Children’s Fund which assists needy children in Cyprus.

Place: Rutgers University                                  Time:  7:00 PM

Douglass Campus                                             Tickets & Sponsorships:

Nicholas Music Center                                      Contacts:

85 George Street                                               Despina 201-981-5764  axio@aol.com

New Brunswick, NJ 08901                                Toni:    908-624-0250 toni@pge-nj.com


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