• The late Abbess Eugenia is the founder of the holy Church of St. Theodore the Byzantine that is located in the Military Command of Mytilene.
• With the earnings from her books she also built a Church devoted to the Saints Raphael, Nicholas and Irene in Cameroon, Africa as well as a school and a hospital in the city of Tatseka.
• Through her generosity and kindness the late Abbess Eugenia Klidara drugged out of the dark, squalid streets people with AIDS, orphans and starving children and took care of them. Once a day, she provided food for 4.000 impoverished children that otherwise would roam the streets dirty and scared, and educated them.
• She also funded the renovation of schools and the construction of churches in Mytilene (Paul the Apostle Church and the Church of the Three Infants), she financed the expenditure of three nursery schools in Mytilene, in Thermi and in Plomari.
• She also covered the expenses for the new IT building of the secondary school of Thermi and supplied all the necessary equipment.
• She also subsidized the library of the historical Experimental Middle and High School of Mytilene after she had restored its valuable books.
• She also set up two libraries for the Experimental School of Mytilene one of which she supplied with 380 scientific books and all of her books as well.
• She financially supported Katsakoulio Orphanage of Mytilene, endowed poor girls and awarded scholarships to school and university students.
• She also supported multi-child families, charity organizations and the Nursing Home of Mytilene.
• She annually awarded distinguished students of the Middle and High Schools of Mytilene, Plomari, Pamphila and Moria.
• She subsidized the publications of books of various authors of the island.
• The Philharmonic Orchestra owes its magnificence to the Late Abbess Eugenia as she supplied them with the instruments and uniforms.
Her writings serve the creation of God, the MAN. Her social and national work serves the MAN and the COUNTRY.
The late Abbess Eugenia is not only nationally but internationally acclaimed for her writings (literature, poetry, theological and cultural).
She won gold medals, commendations, awards, certificates, golden keys etc., while she had been isolated to the Monastery from the day she entered back in 1964.