John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation
The John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation was established in 2005 with a mission of continuing the philanthropic legacy of the late Greek entrepreneur John S. Latsis and his dedication to societal development, with a particular focus on his homeland, Greece.
The Foundation both designs and manages its own programmes and provides grants to non-profit organisations, across a wide range of areas including education, arts and culture, science, health, social welfare and community development.
An engaged philanthropy approach guides the Foundation’s activities, whereby all work is done in close collaboration with civil society partners and key players within the relevant issue areas, in order to maximise social impact.
The John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation is a member of the European Venture Philanthropy Association and the European Foundation Centre.
1. Which subjects areas/degree programmes does the partnership support?
- International Development (especially programmes relating to NGO Management and Civil Society Studies)
- Public Policy
- Social Policy
- Law Studies (optimally with a focus on Human Rights)
- Medical Studies
- Engineering and Technology
- Biological Sciences
- Computer Sciences