The Exelixis Institute promotes and invests in volunteerism to support the social development worldwide and to encourage the spirit of solidarity. We believe in the principle of interactivity, meaning that we contribute to the fulfillment of the democratic principles through our free will, personal choice and individual action so as to build a more cohesive society for us and the generations to come.

  • From Prometheus and Hercules to our modern anonymous heroes, volunteerism modifies a society of free and open minded citizens, a society filled with trust among its citizens, a society that encourages the transferring of knowledge and experience in order to achieve worldwide peace and development.

    Become a volunteer because  democracy and the worldwide well-being is your responsibility too. Only via understanding of the others, personal contribution, individual involvement, activism, humanitarian values and altruism, we can dream of a better quality of life.


    Social activities in corporation with similar organizations.

    Activities and seminars for integration and social inclusion in the Greek society.

    Actions and campaigns against racism and xenophobe.

    Conferences against racism and any kind of violence.


    Links for volunteering opportunities in Greece and abroad.

    How to choose a suitable to your skills and interests volunteer job.

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    Contact us! Do you have any questions? Our team is willing and ready to help you at all times!


TRANSATLANTIC INCLUSION LEADERS: FIRST EVENT 2012 The Transatlantic Inclusion Leaders Network of the German Marshall Fund .

The future is bright, the future is diverse.

If this conference in Copenhagen, about the next generation of minority political leadership, was a snap shot of the talent in the USA and Europe, then the future is bright, very bright.


Transatlantic Inclusion Leaders Network Grows

Distinguished alumni of GMF’s 2013 Transatlantic Inclusion Leaders Network (TILN) Workshop, Gabriele Gün Tank, Berlin Commissioner for Integration, and Daniel Gyamerah, activist with the Initiative of Black People in Germany, hosted the first “Network Inclusion Leaders” Berlin Workshop from December 16 – 20.


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