Dream Fund Makes Generous Allocations to Prelacy Schools

Dream Fund

LA CRESCENTA—Western Prelate Archbishop Moushegh Mardirossian, Executive Council, and the Board of Regents of Prelacy Schools announced that the Dream Fund at UCLA has made yet another very generous allocation to Prelacy Schools.

On Tuesday, April 9, the Prelate and Executive Council members invited members of the Board of Regents, Principals and Director, to the Prelacy to present them with their donations.

The Prelate was joined by Executive Council Chair Rima Boghossian and Vice-Chairman George Chorbajian. Board of Regents Co-Chairs Maggie Sarkuni and Sako Berberian participated in the visit, during which the allocations were presented to principals and directors John Kossakian, Dr. Alina Dorian, Vazken Madenlian, Kohar Zaher, Helen Manoucherian, and Arsine Aghazarian.

The contributions were made to the following schools:

Armenian Mesrobian School, Montebello
Rose & Alex Pilibos High School, Los Angeles
Ferrahian High School, Encino
Vahan & Anoush Chamlian School, Glendale
Ari Guiragos Minassian School, Orange County
Krouzian-Zekarian-Vasbouragan School, San Francisco
St. Mary’s Richard Tufenkian Pre-School, Glendale
Levon & Hasmig Tavlian Pre-School, Pasadena

On behalf of the Board of Regents and Prelacy Schools, Berberian expressed his appreciation to the Prelate and Executive Council for their efforts, and to the Dream Fund for their generosity.

“This latest allocation will greatly assist our schools with their financial burdens and contribute significantly to the realization of their mission to provide the highest quality of education to our youth utilizing the latest technological advancements. We convey our profound gratitude to the Dream Fund and to philanthropist Mr. Kirk Kerkorian for their continued generosity and support of our schools”, stated the Prelate.

“The Dream Fund at UCLA was established as a donor-advised fund in 2011 through the generosity of The Lincy Foundation. The Dream Fund has focused on education, healthcare, youth, and the community.”

Dream Fund Allocation TO CASPS
On Thursday, April 11. Archbishop Moushegh Mardirossian, Prelate, welcomed board members of the Committee for Armenian Students in Public Schools, headed by Chairman Rouben Gourjian. The Prelate was joined by Executive Council Chair Rima Boghossian.

During their meeting at the “Sulahian” Reception Hall, the Prelate and Mrs. Boghossian informed the guests that the Dream Fund at UCLA had generously offered a grant to CASPS to assist in their endeavors, and presented them with the donation.
CASPS members thanked the Prelate for his efforts in securing the grant.

In a letter written to the Dream Fund board, the Prelate stated “On behalf of the Committee for Armenian Students in Public Schools, we thank you for your first ever grant which will greatly assist in their mission to address the social and educational needs of immigrant children in public schools.”


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  1. stephan said:

    Great news. The schools surely can use any help available. Dream Fund must be congratulated for these donations. It is an example to copied / carried out by other wealthy parties.

    I hope that they will continue these efforts throughout the coming years.
    Good Luck