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Armenian Organizations in New York, NY

Armenia Fund
80 Maiden Lane, Suite 2205, New York, NY, 10038

US East Coast affiliate of HAAF (Hayastan All-Armenian Fund), which raises money for humanitarian aid and reconstruction in Armenia. Armenia Fund is also the producer of the internationally broadcasted Armenia Fund Telethon—a 12-hour fund raising program ...

Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU)
55 E. 59th St. #7, New York, NY, 10022
(212) 319-6383

Headquarters of the worldwide AGBU organization. Sponsors cultural and sporting activities for Armenians, as well as publishes the AGBU News Magazine.

Armenian Network of America

Greater New York Chapter of the Armenian Network of America, or more commonly referred to as ArmNet. ArmNet provides a forum for the advancement of Armenian Americans, integrating professional, cultural and social elements. The organization promotes th ...

Armenian Youth Federation (AYF)
69-23 47th Ave., Woodside, NY, 11377

Similar to all other AYF chapters, the "Hyortik" New York chapter provides a means for Armenian youth to become acquainted with Armenian history, culture, and causes. "If you want to predict, and see the future of a people, look at its youth"  --A ...

Children of Armenia Fund (COAF)
111 W. 57th St., Suite 1101, New York, NY, 10019
(212) 994-8234

Founded in 2000, COAF seeks to reverse the impoverished conditions affecting significant numbers of Armenia’s children by revitalizing Armenia’s villages and implementing projects that provide immediate and sustainable benefits to children and youth.

Fund for Armenian Relief (FAR)
630 Second Ave., New York, NY, 10016
(212) 889-5150

Founded in 1988 after the devastating earthquake that hit Armenia, FAR provides short-term emergency relief and implements long-term programs for the economic growth and social development in Armenia.

PO Box 872, Woodside, NY, 11377

Established in 1977, the New York chapter of the worldwide Homenetmen organization offers scouting as well as athletic programs for all ages.

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