Qualco Foundation’s mission presented for the first time

Qualco Foundation, the non-profit initiative of the Qualco Group, presented its work for the first time, on Thursday March 23rd at the Benaki Museum on Piraeus Street.


Aiming to support and enable initiatives that endorse innovation, social welfare, environmental resilience, and Greek Culture, Qualco Foundation has joined the expanding global effort to accelerate the transition to environmental and social sustainability, driving positive change.


Orestis Tsakalotos, Chairman of the Board, opened the discussion sharing the vision and values of Qualco Foundation. Then, Giorgos Nounesis, Director and President of the Board of Directors of the NCSR “Demokritos”, Irini Geroulanou, President of the Board of the Benaki Museum, Sandra Marinopoulou, President of the Board of the Museum of Cycladic Art, took the floor as representatives of innovation and culture, alongside Daphne Oikonomou, President of the Cerebral Palsy Greece/Open Door.


Qualco Foundation has supported over 25 initiatives in its first year of operation, among which allyships with the NCSR “Demokritos“, the Benaki Museum, the Museum of Cycladic Art, the Cerebral Palsy Greece/Open Door, the “Together for Children” non-profit/non-governmental association, the Athens Conservatory, the Hellenic Olympic Committee, and more.


With athleticism among Qualco Foundation’s focus areas, Road to Paris, a new funding initiative for promising athletes for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris, was introduced to all attendees. Within this context, Antigoni Drisbioti, the Greek Champion in race walking, referred to her journey until today alongside the drivers and motivators that helped her excel.