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In 1986, AHEPA Mother Lodge Chapter No. 1 of Atlanta, GA established the AHEPA Mother Lodge Chapter No. 1 Educational Foundation, Inc., a separate independent non-profit 501 Public Charity to promote various educational programs on behalf of AHEPA in the Atlanta community. The Foundation, which is administered by an elected Board of Directors, has established the criteria for reviewing applications and presenting scholarships annually to qualifying students. In 1986, the Atlanta chapter donated $5,000 to the foundation. Since 1986, the Foundation has received a number of endowments and memorials. In 1993, the Board of Directors was expanded to include the Daughters of Penelope. In 2002, the Board of Directors was expanded to include a member of Ahepa Prometheus Chapter No. 519, Marietta, GA.


The Fellowship Dinner, which is a major fundraiser for the Foundation, has helped to raise more than $158,000 (through 2013) for the general fund. Half of the net proceeds from the 2014 fundraiser went toward the scholarships for that year.


In 2002, the Board of Directors established a Cultural Educational Endowment to help promote cultural and educational programs such as the George Skaroulis Music and Photographic Exhibit and Cultural Event at Jasmine Hill Gardens and Outdoor Museum in Montgomery, AL. The Foundation has made a $5,000 contribution to the American Foundation for Hellenic Studies for Georgia State University's Hellenic Studies program. 


Since 1986, the AHEPA Scholarship Foundation has, in total, awarded more than 700 scholarships to students totaling over $867.900 from an endowment now valued at more than a million dollars.





Available online January 4, 2021

  • Several scholarships will be awarded based on scholastic achievement.

  • Several scholarships will be awarded based on both scholastic achievement and financial need.

  • One scholarship will be awarded in recognition of a scholar-athlete.

  • Three scholarships are available for students attending Holy Cross Seminary.

  • One scholarship is designated for a student pursuing an advanced degree in Nursing.

  • Multi-Year scholarships are considered for high school students graduating with a minimum GPA of 4.2.

  • Scholarships will range from $1000 to $3000


AHEPA Mother Lodge No. 1 Educational Fund, Inc. Notice of Availability



  • Eligibility requirements are included on the first page of the application.

  • The application can be revised or updated periodically until it is submitted, after which, there is no further access.

  • The applicant is responsible for the submission of all documents and completion of all applicable sections of this application no later than 11:59 p.m., EST, March 31, 2021, after which, the system will be closed to submissions.

  • It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure that the documents from outside sources (transcripts and letter of recommendation) are also submitted via email or postmarked no later than March 31, 2021.


For more information contact:


AHEPA District 1 Scholarship Program


  • Please note eligibility requirements, submittal guidelines, and the deadline / mailing address for 2021 AHEPA District 1 Scholarships applications are different from those of the Chapter.  For details, please contact Ted Kipreos, District 1 VP Education,

AHEPA Mother Lodge Chapter No. Educational Fund FACEBOOK Page


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