$15.4 Million Raised in 2016 Armenia Fund Telethon

LOS ANGELES—The 19th annual Hayastan All-Armenian Fund International Telethon raised $15,428,777 in donations and pledges. Proceeds from the pan-national event, which took place on Nov. 24 under the slogan “My Artsakh,” will benefit the rebuilding of war-ravaged communities in Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabagh/NKR), emergency and disaster preparedness for Artsakh, and the construction of homes for Artsakh families with multiple children.

The 19th annual Hayastan All-Armenian Fund International Telethon raised $15,428,777 in donations and pledges.
The 19th annual Hayastan All-Armenian Fund International Telethon raised $15,428,777 in donations and pledges.

In addition to these initiatives, donor-specified projects as well as projects within the framework of the fund’s core development programs will continue to be implemented in Armenia and Artsakh.

The total dollar amount announced at the conclusion of the Telethon includes proceeds from various fundraising campaigns and events carried out by the fund’s worldwide affiliates and Executive Board during 2016.

Three more events will round out the Hayastan All-Armenian Fund’s 2016 fundraising campaigns. They include the phoneathon of the organization’s Brazilian affiliate, on Nov. 26-27; the radiothon of the Lebanese affiliate, on Dec. 7; and the phoneathon and benefit walk of the British affiliate, on Dec. 11.

The Telethon major donors include Antranig and Seta Baghdassarian (U.S.) – $5 million; Samvel Karapetyan (Russia) – $1 million; Zangezur Copper-Molybdenium Combine CJSC (Armenia) – $350,000; Ray Hartoonian (U.S.) – $200,000; Samvel Aleksanyan (Armenia) – $200.000; Varuzhan Grigoryan (Armenia) – $100,000; Flash LTD (Armenia) – $100,000; Hakob Baghdassarian (U.S) – $100,000; Gagik Tsarukyan (Armenia) – 100 million AMD; Grand Holding (Armenia) – 60 million AMD; and Plant of Pure Iron OJSC (Armenia) – 20 million AMD.

The Hayastan All-Armenian Fund continues to accept donations and pledges.

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