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She had to the opportunity to talk about some of the great things happening within our community including the UHVA, Project HOPE, Chicago's Greektown Street Art and more. Plus you will learn more about her background in art and computer science. Take a listen!

Our Awards Gala was a wonderfully successful event thanks to our honorees, sponsors and members. We thank you all for supporting our efforts. Videos and pictures have been provided. Please enjoy and join us next year as we celebrate 50 years of Hellenic support in 2024!

CONGRATULATIONS to the 2024 Primary Elections winners!

Calendar of Events

2023 Awards Gala Highlights Video
Thank you for joining us at the 2023 UHVA Awards Gala on October 15, 2023

The UHVA is thrilled to extend our heartfelt congratulations to those victorious in the 2024 primary elections! Your hard work, dedication, and vision have undoubtedly resonated with voters, leading to this well-deserved triumph. ​Winning a primary election is a significant achievement that reflects the trust and confidence the community has placed in your leadership. We wish you the best of luck in the November General Election.

Get Your Greek Passport

For those of Greek descent, obtaining your Greek Passport has been simplified to help you through the process online. Click here for details.

Obtaining US Residency

Foreign citizens who want to live permanently in the United States click here.

Greek Inheritance & Wills

To learn more about the inheritance succession regulations click here.

More Services 

Get to know our Chairman, Kiki Whitehead, in the "Where Are They Now" WCPT 820AM Interview

Established in 1974, the United Hellenic Voters of America (UHVA) is a non-partisan grass roots political organization serving the Greek-American community in the Chicago metropolitan area with chapters in several other parts of the country. The UHVA is dedicated to addressing issues that are vital to Greek-Americans by actively participating in political and community affairs and by establishing close relationships with our elected officials.