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Whether you choose to make a general donation or support a specific initiative, we guarantee that your contribution will make a tangible change in the lives of people in Armenia and Artsakh.
All the administrative, operational and technical costs of the Tufenkian Foundation are covered internally, by our Board. This helps us ensure that every dollar you donate directly benefits the project or cause of your choosing. The Tufenkian Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, so all contributions are tax-deductible.
You can make an online donation or contribute by mailing a check, payable to the Tufenkian Foundation to The Tufenkian Foundation, 20 Capitol Drive, Moonachie, NJ 07074
If you are looking to make an in-kind donation (books, medical supplies and equipment, computers, etc.), we will be happy to help make that happen. Just let us know!
If you would like to donate to a specific project, cause or initiative, check out the list of sponsorship opportunities in Armenia and Artsakh below
Provides necessary sports equipment for one under village school in liberated territories.
Provides beehives to new resettlers in Kashatagh (Lachin), thus contributing to their economic stability.
Enables a medical clinic in a remote villages to purchase antidotes for deadly, common snake bites.
Repairs a home for one family in Kashatagh, where resettlers currently face a housing crisis.
Rebuilds the water supply for a remote village in Kashatagh, where access to water is a key challenge.
Rebuilds and repairs a home for a wounded soldier, refugee family or re-settlers in Kashatagh.
Provides one impoverished family with two months of rehabilitative services (via Family & Community NGO).
Secures vocational training for recovering victims of domestic violence (via Women’s Support Center NGO in Armenia).
Provides an impoverished family with urgent medical care (via Family & Community NGO in Metsamor).
Provides five poor families with the services of one social worker for one year (via Family & Community NGO).
Establishes a Family & Community center in a new locale, beyond its base in Metsamor, thus serving more disadvantaged families.