GLENDALE–The Armenia School Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to refurnishing schools in Armenia, is proud to announce the completion of four more school projects during the recent months.
Shaghat High School, in the city of Shaghat, Sunik Region, received 103 sets of student desks and chairs, 11 teachers’ desks and blackboards in May, 2007. The project was funded ($7,610) by friends and family members of Koutnouyan Family, in lieu of gifts for Shant Koutnouian’s Christening.
Uyts High School, in the city of Uyts, Sunik Region, received 55 sets of student desks and chairs, 11 teachers’ desks and blackboards in May of 2007. The project was funded ($4,730) by friends and family members of Koutnouyan Family, with in lieu of gifts for Shant Koutnouian’s Christening.
S. Vardanyan School, in the city of Kotayk, Kotayk Region received 123 sets of student desks and chairs, along with 11 teachers’ desks and blackboards in June, 2007. The project was funded ($8,810) by friends and family members in memory of late Seroj Mirbegian. (Former chairman of ASF USA)
The #2 Begor School, in the city of Stepanakert, the Nagorno-Karabakh RepublicKarabakh, received 300 new student desks and chairs in May of 2007. The project was funded ($7,000) by various donors.
“One of our priorities is to provide the public and our donor’s accurate and up-dated information regarding the completion and initiation of school projects” stated Armen Abrahamian, chairman of the Board. “ASF USA is in the process of completing two more projects in 2007. For 2008, we already have donors for schools in regions of Sunk, Armavir, and Lori as well as in Karabakh”. We have embarked on a challenging journey but I have no doubt that with the efforts of our dedicated Board and committee members, and the generosity of our donors, ASF USA will achieve its goals” stated Mr. Abrahamian.
The Armenia School Foundation (ASF USA) is a non-profit and non-sectarian, 501c3 organization, founded in May 2003. ASF strives to provide new furniture for underprivileged schools in remote regions of Armenia and Karabakh to enhance the learning environment.
For more information about the Armenia School Foundation ‘s the ASF USA ‘splease visit www.armeniaschoolfoundation.org.