The desctruction of Psara, painting by Suzanne Elisabeth Eynard (1775-1844), daughter in law of the great Swiss Philhellene J. G. Eynard


Dear friends,

2020 was a difficult year for all of humanity, with unprecedented challenges and restructuring caused by the pandemic. However, it was also a year that confirmed the importance of the values ​​that Hellenism stands for, on which our societies are based.

In 2021 we celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Greek Revolution, of which Philhellenism was a central pillar. This Revolution led to the establishment of the Greek state, which is today the guardian of the values ​​of the western world.

The Society for Hellenism and Philhellenism participates in the festive events with many important actions which will be announced soon.

The first of these actions concerns the establishment of the Museum of Philhellenism, which will be inaugurated in January 2021.

We also released our first edition. The book – diary on Philhellenism (information – orders: / +30 6974 750361 ).



Many other editions will follow.

Our aim remains to promote the principles of Hellenism and Philhellenism internationally, and to encourage the societies inspired by them, to find a position and an equal role on the side of the Greeks, who continue to be the guardians of the humanistic values. We will aim to launch a new philhellenic movement for the 21st century.

We thank you all for your interest in contributing to our work. In this regard, we are preparing a framework for the involvement of our friends and volunteers, which will be soon presented to you (in line with the progress of COVID19).

We wish you all a Merry Christmas and Happy and Creative Anniversary Year 2021.

Society for Hellenism and Philhellenism