Kallipoli. Where security meets creation, nature, love and presence.
We revive Plato’s vision of the ideal state and create a modern and luminous community within the Attica region of Greece where people experience security, self-sufficiency, freedom and belonging.
Kallipoli is a community close to Athens that meets all the needs of its residents in the best, healthier and more harmonious wayhow…
How to become a partner
For the vision of Kallipoli we need a number of professionals. You can email us using firstname.lastname@example.org
How to become a sponsor
For the vision of Kallipoli we need the backing up. You can email us using email@example.com
How to become a volunteer
For the vision of Kallipoli we need the power of the team. You can email us using firstname.lastname@example.org
100+1 Reasons for Kallipoli to be built:
Because Kallipoli contributes to humanity in the best and most harmonious way. It satisfies all the needs of our fellow human beings in a lasting and sustainable way.
Maslow Abraham Harold Maslow was an American psychologist who has been known for the hierarchy of needs theory. This theory claims that there are levels of needs on which our behavior depends.
The needs of human beings range from the need for survival, security, social acceptance needs, self-esteem needs, and culminating in self-realization needs…
Who are the people behind Kallipoli?
Learn about the everyday people involved in creating the project, their roles, their background, their profession and their interests… More >
The team of Kallipoli was came to be through Surfers4Life, a team that contributes to others through different projects while at the same time aims at the personal development of its members. It was born out of the vision of a cancer patient that wanted to cross a sea with others using windsurf, kitesurf, sailing and kayaking to empower those involved with the disease.
Surfers4Life have since touched the lives of 100,000+ people and have raised 50,000+ Euros for vulnerable groups and organizations that inspire with their workoups and organizations that inspire with their work…More >
Who envisioned similar projects and where can they be found?
Other philosophers and teachers had similar visions to that of “Kallipoli” apart from Plato. Like Paramahansa Yogananda, Avanchof, Mother Teresa and others. There are many similar communities all over the earth where people live peacefully and harmoniously for 20 years…More >