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Hestia 416

Fayetteville, North Carolina

Chartered 2009

Hestia meetings post-COVID have been somewhat sporadic.  Nevertheless, the Hestia Sisters kept busy with charitable projects and donations, focusing on charities dealing with women's and children's issues.


The chapter observed Founders Day, as well as a Coffee in Pink, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness. The Friends of the Cancer Center was the recipient of monetary donations from the Hestia Chapter.

--The Sisters shopped for and delivered Thanksgiving food boxes to two families in need.

--The Hestia Sisters purchased and wrapped Christmas gifts, along with other necessities for a number of truly disadvantaged children in the school system.

--Throw blankets are collected throughout the year which are given to the local hospitals for family members waiting in the NICU waiting area.

Hestia membership is small and has no scholarship funding, however the chapter awards $500, designated as the Maria Constas Award, to an exemplary female high school graduate.  The award is in honor of our deceased sister, Maria, who was very involved in social services.

In addition to its charitable work, Hestia 416 cooperates with AHEPA Chapter 9 Fayetteville in the annual "Athenian Night".  The Sisters provide the decor and conduct a silent auction of various donated baskets with proceeds donated to a local charity.  This event was cancelled during COVID and the 2023 Athenian Night was the first held since the beginning of the pandemic in 2019.  

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