Saint Paraskeva Orthodox Charity

Soccer Tournament 2015

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  • Traditional Romanian Food
  • Fun games for children
  • Raffle with prizes

All proceeds will go to help the children of St Onufrius Orphanage Project in Romania.

When: Sunday, September 20

Where: Schiller Woods, Grove 4,  entrance from Irving Park Rd, between River Rd and Cumberland Ave.

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Suggested Donation: $25/ person



Soccer Registration



Our 5th Year Anniversary Gala

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You’re INVITED to the 1st annual co-hosted fundraising event by the Saint Paraskeva Orthodox Charity and the General Consulate of Romania in Chicago.

All proceeds will go to help the children of St Onufrius Orphanage Project in Romania.

Please join us for an unforgettable evening on Saturday, November 14, 2015 at:
Monastero’s Restaurant
3935 W. Devon Ave
Chicago, IL 60656

Alexandru Darida

Alexandru Darida

Guest of Honor: international acclaimed artist Alexandru Darida will exhibit his art and donate a painting for auction!

Ticket Price: $75/ person. Ticket price will be $100/person after Oct. 1, 2015
Reserve your ticket now and invite your friends!



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Saint Paraskeva Orthodox Charity is a faith based non-profit organization that provides developmental and spiritual services through a grass roots approach focusing primarily on orphaned and disabled children in Romania’s most under served communities, providing support not just on a one-time basis but through long-term relationships. Our organization operates 100% on volunteer-based work, ensuring that the entire amount of your donations is allocated to our programs that make a difference in the lives of those individuals most in need of help. 

With the generous support and donations of our sponsors we are able to be involved in a few humanitarian projects in Romania, a complete list of our supported project can be found here.  If you will like to help us please donate to our cause.

Saint ParaskevaSaint Paraskeva was born at the beginning of the 11th century A.D. into a wealthy, noble, and pious Christian family in the town of Epivat (now in Turkey) on the shores of the Marmara Sea. At the age of ten, while attending the liturgy in the “Church of the Holy Theotokos”, she heard the words, “Whosoever will come after Me, let him deny himself and take up his cross, and follow me.” The words of the Lord had a profound effect on the young girl, and they became the subject of her meditations.