Armenian Educational Foundation launches “School Supplies Project”

GLENDALE–The Armenian Educational Foundation announced its 2007 achievemen’s by introducing its latest "School Supplies Project."

In 2007, AEF launched a new program called school supplies project for AEF renovated schools in Armenia, Artsakh and Javakhk. Through this program, students in US schools are able to help students in Armenia by donating supplies and enjoying the fruits of their efforts by seeing their donations go to the very needy students in Armenia and see the pictures of appreciative students receiving these supplies. In 2007, a total of 31 cases of supplies were sent to Armenia of which 4 cases were forwarded to two Javakhk schools and the rest were distributed among 14 schools in Armenia.

Since 1950, the Armenian Educational Foundation, Inc. (AEF) has been the backbone of the Armenian educational movement, worldwide. It has lent a helping hand to hundreds of students and to countless schools throughout the world. During its 58 years of giving, the AEF has proven to be one of the most enduring and productive organizations of the Armenian Diaspora.

The AEF’s fundamental aim has always been the advancement of the Armenian heritage through its support of education. Its great successes have earned the organization widespread respect, recognition, and appreciation.

Over the past half a century, the AEF has grown into a thriving organization with a diverse membership of dedicated individuals. The AEF welcomes in its ran’s anyone who shares the commitment of its founding members, and especially those who can bring new energy and fresh ideas to the organization.

As the AEF looks with optimism towards the future, it hopes to be of even greater assistance to students of Armenian lineage pursuing higher education, as well as to continue providing financial help to educational institutions in Armenia, the United States, and around the world.

For further information or contributions contact the AEF home office in Glendale, CA at (818)242-4154.


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