The ATHENS HALF MARATHON has launched since 2015 a Charity and Social Liability Program, that follows the steps and successful practices of Athens Marathon, the Authentic. The Charity Organizations that are part of the Athens Half Marathon Charity Program do actively participate in the entire Athens Half Marathon event, sensitizing the Greek and international community on their objectives and goals, using it as an awareness tool and a donations platform.

The 2018 Athens Half Marathon Charity Program concerns the following organizations:



WWF Greece is the independent national office of the WWF global network, with 27 years of conservation presence in Greece. During these years, WWF Greece has implemented more than 300 conservation actions focusing on the unique Greek nature.

Its mission is to preserve the unique biodiversity of Greece as an integral part of the Mediterranean Sea, reduce the negative impacts of human activity – ecological footprint - and build a future in which people live in harmony with nature.


21 Lempesi street, 117 43 Athens 
Tel.: 210 3314893 - Fax: 210 3247578
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E.PSY.ME is a Non-Governmental/non-profit Organization, founded in 1998 by professionals specialized in mental health and scientific sector customized training fields. The ongoing projects and services are addressed to mainly citizens of Piraeus affected by autism spectrum disorders, mental and psychiatric disabilities, and their careers E.PSY.ME is committed to tackle the social exclusion by enhancing service users' social and mental wellbeing. Programmes and care Centres are carefully designed to address, with scientific methodological adequacy and effectiveness, the specific multifaceted needs of the targeted population.

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Markou Mpotsari 33, Drapetsona, 18648
Tel: +30 210-4635391
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Lara Guide Dog School Hellas is a non-governmental/non-profit organization that promotes and enhances independence to blind and visually impaired people through the use of a guide dog.

Lara Guide-Dog School was established in July 2008 by a group of young people who dreamed of improving the life and mobility of the blind and visually impaired persons, while introducing the Guide-Dog movement in Greece. The school serves equality, autonomous living, and access to society for all people as well as promoting love and respect for animals.

The School is mainly operated by volunteers and is supported by donations and sponsors.

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