Armenia Fund invites you to celebrate Armenian’s Independence Day in Armenia by joining our third All Inclusive Donor Trip to Armenia, spanning 14 days and 15 nights – 9 nights in Yerevan, 3 nights in Stepanakert, 2 nights in Dilijan and 1 night in Goris. The trip will take place from September 18- October 4, 2013, which is the best travel season for Armenia when the weather is mild and peaches are ripe.
We are proud to announce the release of famed Armenian-American Attorney Mark Geragos’ new book: Mistrial. Mark Geragos, a Member of the International Board of Trustees of Hayastan All-Armenian Fund, has graciously agreed to donate a percentage of his book sales to the Armenia Fund!
With great excitement and enthusiasm, Armenia Fund officially inaugurated on April 23 the newly constructed school in Ditavan, a vital village situated close to Armenia’s northeastern border in the Tavush region.
Armenia Fund has begun the second-phase of construction on a new orphanage in Shushi.
A little over two year’s ago Armenia Fund began building a new hospital in Artsakh’s Martuni region. This week, we share photos from the construction site, where crews are working to finish the hospital in time for our expected October 2013 opening.
We have a plan to transform struggling border villages into thriving rural communities, and we’re implementing that solution right now at the Bavra village in Armenia’s Shirak region.
Armenia Fund continues to help lead the Pan-Armenian effort to assist both the Armenian community in Syria as well as the thousands of Syrian-Armenians that have taken refuge in Armenia since the outbreak of the civil war.