Project: Adopt A Classroom 13 - Hatsik (Completed)
Project Name Adopt A Classroom 13 - Hatsik
Full Description

Representatives of The Paros Foundation have visited more than 100 schools throughout Armenia. While some schools have either been renovated thanks to the Armenian government or as a result of the generosity of international donors, many remain in deplorable conditions and have little hope of being renovated in the near future. These conditions affect both the ability for students to learn, as well as the health of students and teachers. How is a student supposed to learn if there are not proper desks, chairs or windows in the classroom?

The Paros Foundation will directly oversee the renovation of a classroom including addressing such elements as windows, doors, flooring, lighting, paint, chalk or white board and desks and chairs. Whenever possible, the school, students and their parents will be incorporated into the classroom remodel project to help build a sense of community and personal investment.


Many classrooms throughout Armenia's schools remain in deplorable conditions. Children should not have to try and learn in these conditions. Because of substandard doors and windows, many classrooms become unusable in the winter months because of the cold. In addition, even schools with proper heating are affected negatively with insufficient warmth in the classrooms that have broken doors and windows. While the Armenian Government and others regularly engage in a campaign to remodel schools, they simply cannot meet the huge need.

Category Education
Start Date Open
Project Duration One month for the remodel of the classroom and install of new desks and chairs
Partner/s The Paros Foundation
Sponsor/s Open to the public
Project Budget $4,000
Amount Needed $0
Short Term Impact The short-term impact will be the employment of at least two people to renovate the classroom for one month and the benefit to the local economy through the order for needed supplies and classroom furniture.
Long Term Impact

The long-term impact will benefit at least 10 years of students that will be able to take classes using the updated and modern classroom. This will have a huge psychological impact on both the students and teacher. In addition, the school will benefit from energy savings in the winter months.

Sponsor Benefit Donors will be recognized with a plaque installed in the remodeled classroom and on the Paros Foundation Website.



Thank you to the following sponsors for their support of this project:

The Dan and Jacqueline Lion Family, 2015 (CA-USA)

This project needs $0 to be fully implemented.

Sponsor Benefits
Donors will be recognized with a plaque installed in the remodeled classroom and on the Paros Foundation Website.