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Sponsorship Program Update: Art Therapy

Hagopik update! Our Sponsorship Program continues to support this 5-year-old refugee from Artsakh. He LOVES his therapy workshops organized by our volunteer Marine and taught by Darya, our art therapist from Armenian Volunteer Corps. Here, Hagopik is creating the solar system, starting with planet Earth. Dream big, Hagopik. We will keep doing our best to

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First Sponsor from France!

We are excited to announce that we just received our first sponsor from France! Coincidentally, March 20th is International Francophonie Day. This year’s theme is “Femmes Francophones, Femmes Resilientes” (“Francophone Women, Resilient Women”). Our new French-Armenian sponsor, Shoushan, will support an Artsakh refugee family from the lost territories, consisting of a mother, Armine, and her

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MISSION #22

Supporting the relocation of indigenous Armenian populations. Our team is back from a week-long mission in Artsakh with positive updates! All for Armenia is directly supporting the relocation of 2 Artsakh refugee families returning to their native regions of Martuni and Arkeran. After crossing the Lachin corridor and Shushi checkpoint, which are controlled by Russian

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First sponsor from Uruguay!

Building bridges between countries. All for Armenia is happy to announce that we have our first sponsor from Uruguay! This doctor, who requested to remain anonymous, will support the two refugee daughters of a single mother. By helping covering their monthly expenses for one year, he will provide food, hygiene, clothing, and education – and

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MISSION #21

As All for Armenia’s Sponsorship Program continues to grow, we are always exploring new ways for sponsors to make a continuous impact on families affected by the Artsakh War. Two months ago, Julyeta applied to be a sponsor. Last month, she, along with her daughter Sofia, traveled from Los Angeles, California to Armenia  to do

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MISSION #20

Sharing a bit of hope with our audience before the weekend. Do you remember our post about Hagopik, the five-year-old Armenian refugee child from Artsakh? Hagopik was traumatized due to cluster munitions during the 2020 Artsakh War. Thanks to All for Armenia’s sponsorship program, Hagopik is now receiving therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) from

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Introducing #LaptopsForRefugees

Since the start of the war on September 27th, All for Armenia has worked closely to address the needs of Armenian refugee populations from Artsakh. Many refugees have lost everything due to the war, including their homes, jobs, and belongings. As we move into more sustainable solutions, we are excited to announce our #LaptopsForRefugees program!

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#StrongerTogether: Thanking our partners

Last Friday, the All for Armenia team was grateful to present our achievements at the Birthright Armenia and AVC office, where expanded on how we are using the Hovnanian grant. The presentation was also an opportunity to share our visions for 2021 and our current projects, which will strengthen our borders and boost education and

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MISSION #19

When Armenians come together to make a positive impact on their community, magical things happen. Last Sunday, All for Armenia’s humanitarian aid delivery trip was proof of just that. In addition to our regular food and hygiene packages, which we deliver weekly to displaced families from Artsakh, we also distributed traditional Armenian lahmajun donated by

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Transparency Post: How do we spend your donations?

In the U.S., with $499, you can buy a PS5 But in Armenia, with $100 less, you can secure food for one week and hygiene for two weeks for TEN families affected by the 2020 Artsakh War. In slide 1, the receipt from our last purchase for a delivery mission shows just how much a

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