On November 21, 2010, Macedonia Mission for Humanity (MMH), in partnership with St. Mary Macedonian Orthodox Church, hosted a presentation on “The Status of the Macedonian Language within Macedonia and the Neighboring Countries”. Attendees included Dean Maksim Karanfilovski, Dimitar Boris Pandev, Ljudmil Spasov and Tomislav Tranevski - a delegation of distinguished Macedonian professors from the Department of Philology “Blaze Konevski, Skopje. The presentation was followed by a question/answer session conducted by MMH marketing director Roni Razankova. Additionally, MMH organized a meeting for cultural cooperation with the Temple Beth Emet of Burbank, California.
Macedonian Mission for Humanity formed a partnership among American soprano Keri Rusthoi, American pianist Mutsumi Moteki and Macedonian soprano Elena Golomeova.
The project was presented at:
Ohrid Summer Festival
Skopje Summer Festival
FEMNET – a forum for cooperative effort and information exchange leading toward greater empowerment for women involved in non-Governmental education.
Macedonian Mission for Humanity in partnership with the Steamboat Springs Rotary Club and with the help of many volunteers collected and shipped two forty foot containers to Macedonia.
A seminar for Women in tourism was held on May 24-25, 2005; Ohrid, Macedonia with Dr. Stan McGahey, International Tourism Professor & Consultant and 1999/2000 Fulbright scholar at the University of Tourism in Ohrid.