Help Resettle Syrian Armenian Refugees
Syrian Armenian Families who left Syria as a result of war, and have come to Armenia looking to resettle, need assistance. Unfortunately, the Armenian and Artsakh Governments do not have the funds to support this effort. However, the Artsakh government stands ready to help settle rural Syrian Armenian families in Artsakh’s Kashatagh Region. Once resettled, these rural families can engage in agriculture and agribusiness to care for their families as they did prior to the upheaval in Syria.
Through a government homestead program, The Paros Foundation will identify a suitable piece of property and home for a refugee family. Necessary renovations and/or reconstruction of the home will be completed using local labor and materials whenever possible. The refugee family will be identified and once the home is completed, it will be given to the family free of charge. A gifting agreement will be signed indicating that the house belongs to the family outright provided they agree to the housing program conditions.
During and following the project implementation, photos, video and information will be provided to all donors and supporters of this project. 100% of funds donated towards this project will go directly to the project and its management and implementation with no funds being used for foundation administrative purposes.
The Paros Foundation is a 501 (c) 3 organization. Donations to this project are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. Our tax identification number is 20-5094630.
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AnonymousLos Angeles, CA
Ms. Lisa ManookianArdmore, PA
Mr. & Mrs. Simon & Arsho SimitianLos Angeles, CA
Mr. Roupen DechkounianLexington, MA
Mr. & Mrs. Patrick & Mary GoshtigianHermosa Beach, CA
Mr. & Mrs. Armen & Marilouise GostanianLa Mesa, CA
Mr. & Mrs. Razmik & Arlene ManoukianLos Angeles, CA
Due to unforeseen expenses related to reconstructing a home for a family in Artsakh, this project was adjusted to help a family settle in Armenia.
Paros Foundation staff visited Anoush and her three children in their new home.