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Charities

Director of Charities, Phil Stamatakos Name: Phil Stamatakos
Job: Head of Charities
Email: pstamatakos@stlukeorthodox.com

I appreciate the opportunity to serve God, the Church and its people through the Ministry of Charities. I will strive to do so in a spirit of humility, simplicity and gratitude.


Job Description

Initiates the charitable collection on the 2nd Sunday of each month. Meets monthly with the Charities Committee to review requests. Organizes all charitable donations. Presents reports at Parish Council meetings for final approval of charitable donations.


Current Events & Information

St. John Chrysostom: The Prophet of Charity
Charities Ministry Annual Report, January 2016
Charities Ministry Annual Report, January 2015
Charities Ministry Annual Report, January 2014
Charities Ministry Annual Report, January 2013
Charities Ministry Annual Report, January 2012
Charities Ministry Annual Report, January 2011
Charities Ministry Annual Report, January 2010
Charities Ministry Annual Report, January 2009
Charities Ministry Annual Report, January 2007
Charities Ministry Annual Report, January 2005
Charities Ministry Annual Report, January 2003

Links To Free Charities

There are at least two sites set up for people to donate to various charitiable organizations at no personal cost. Please check out these sites and donate daily.

Hungry Children.Com: Donate for free feed the children. www.freedonation.com
The Hunger Site: Give food for free to the Hungry www.thehungersite.com