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Office of Institutional Advancement

When you make a gift to Hellenic College Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology (HCHC), you’re making an investment that has long-term benefits. Through your gift, you make a meaningful impact on the lives of our students. As the only accredited Orthodox Christian college, school of theology, and seminary in America, our primary objective is to prepare young men for ordination to the holy priesthood, along with women and men for a lifelong commitment of lay service to our Church and the community at large.

Your gift makes an impact in the lives of our students every day. 

Gifts from YOU, our alumni, parents, and friends, are the foundation of our continued success. Your gift to the HCHC Annual Fund provides much-needed financial aid to ensure that access to an HCHC education is available to all eligible students, regardless of financial need. In addition, annual fund gifts bridge the gap between what the school receives in tuition and what it actually costs to educate each student, keeping tuition increases to a minimum. It also supports the budgets for many valuable programs on campus that make the HCHC experience unique.  

Your support is an added investment in HCHC and an affirmation of the good work we are doing every day in and out of the classroom.

Donations to the HCHC Annual Fund have a direct impact on our students and the school by strengthening the school's programs, and supporting the dedicated faculty who have given countless hours to HCHC. 

Every gift, no matter the size, makes a difference in the lives of our students every day. 

Now is the perfect time to make your move, make it count, and support HCHC.

As you search for the ways in which you can support Hellenic College Holy Cross, please contact our staff in the Office of Institutional Advancement so that they may assist you.

Hellenic College, Inc. is a 501(c)3 tax exempt organization. 


Frances Levas
Director of Development