Want to join me in supporting a good cause? This #GivingTuesday I’m raising money for The Prince Vladimir Youth Association Inc and your contribution will make an impact, whether you donate $5 or $500. Every little bit helps. And on Giving Tuesday, Nov 27, Facebook and PayPal will match a total of $7 Million in […]
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Please Join Prince Vladimir Youth Association in Collection of Food for Homeless People and Less Fortunate October 1 – November 21 Desired Food List: Canned meals (such as spaghetti, pasta dinners) Canned vegetables Canned fruit Canned soup Canned juice Canned tuna fish or other canned meat Tuna or Hamburger Helper (or other dry […]
SYMPOSIUM Remembering the 100th year of the Royal Martyrs “Monarchy, Modernity and Mythology: From Babylon to Byzantium and Beyond” Saturday November 10th at 12 noon Synod of Bishops 75 E 93rd st NY, NY 10128 Sponsored by The Prince Vladimir Youth Association KEY NOTE SPEAKER: Dr. Nicholas Ganson Assistant Professor of History at Hellenic College […]
Eleven young delegates from different states of Eastern America will be volunteering at the st. Elizabeth orphanage in Minsk, Belorussia. For almost all of the young men and women, of this group this will be their first-ever visit to Minsk or even to their historic homeland. During their visit to the Belarussian capital, they will […]
Come celebrate the last Friday before Orthodox Lent with the Yale Russian Chorus! In Russia, villagers will be lighting straw men on fire for “Maslenitsa,” but here in New York City our chorus will light your heart on fire with music of the Slavic world. Proceeds will go towards the Prince Vladimir Youth Association.