Greek Children’s Fund Charity Program Expanded In Florida

Greek-American businessman Stanley Matthews began his charity work in 1983 with the establishment of the Greek Children’s Fund  at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in Manhattan, New York City,to provide financial assistance toward the daily, non-medical needs of Greek, Cypriot and Greek-American children and their families.

Since then the Fund has expanded its programs in several other hospitals and has helped as of now almost 7,000 families. Two years ago, Mr. Matthews has founded another similar fund in Florida under the name Greek Children’s Fund at All Children’s Hospital.

This particular hospital is renowned for its services and is located in St. Petersburg, Florida.