The Hellenic Foundation for Culture has been appointed and re-elected by members of the Greek national network as the Head of Network since the inception of the ALF. Since 2013, "The United Societies of Balkans" has been introduced as co-head.
The Hellenic Foundation for Culture seeks to promote Greek culture and to disseminate Greek language throughout the world. Since its foundation in 1992, the Hellenic Foundation for Culture has created Branches in Odessa, Alexandria and Berlin, and there are Offices of Representatives in London, Moscow, Vienna, Brussels, Washington and Beijing. In 2008, it is planned to found Hellenic Houses of Culture in Trieste, Belgrade, Bucharest, Tirana and Sofia. The Foundation offers lessons in the Greek language, organizes cultural events, publishes books and has public libraries in the Branches.
The United Socieities of Balkans is a Non Governamental Organisation, founded in Thessaloniki in 2008 by a team of active young people, socially sensitized, and with rich experience around voluntary programs. The vision was the promotion of youth mobility, youth involvement in volunteering and their further sensitizing around social issues.
Both organisations provide logistical and operational support to the National Network in Greece through the Network Strategic Development Scheme (NSDS), funded by the ALF Secretariat.