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Donations to The Paros Foundation Projects for Prosperity are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. To sponsor a project through The Paros Foundation, a 501 (c) 3 organization (Tax ID 20-5094630), or learn more about specific projects in need of funding, please contact us using the information below.


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Med Aid Armenia 2016


Health care for residents living in Armenia’s remote and/or poverty stricken areas is very hard to find and difficult to afford. Residents in these communities have a high rate of health issues that could otherwise be prevented or cured if they had access to simple medical care. In order to help remedy this unfortunate situation, The Paros Foundation has launched Med Aid Armenia.

Med Aid Armenia is made up of medical professionals (practicing or in school) from the United States who are volunteering their time and skills in order to provide residents in these communities with basic medical care. The group of volunteer medical professionals will be working with Armenian’s Health Ministry as well as several doctors from Armenia. As a first step our target population will receive basic check-ups and screenings. Med Aid Armenia will provide basic medical care to children and their families living in poverty stricken communities. Basic care will include eye exams, general physicals, blood pressure exams, and blood glucose and cholesterol screenings. Following screenings, patients will either be provided with direct care or referrals for continuing care. Medication will be provided by a licensed medical professional whenever appropriate. Any surplus of medical supplies and medicine will be transferred to nearby medical clinics, and managed by our local medical partners to patients needing follow up care and medication.

Sponsorship of this project will help raise the necessary funds needed to obtain basic medical equipment, supplies and medicine. In-kind donations of any of these items are also welcomed. Furthermore, we specifically need physicians, nurses, pharmacists and more to help our volunteers conduct physical exams and provide basic medical care.


Tavush, Lori, Armavir, Artsakh

City / Village

Villages throughout above regions

Start Date


End Date

One week from start date

Thank you to all our donors, we have met our fundraising goal.

The Need
Health care for residents living in Armenia’s remote and/or poverty stricken areas is very hard to find and almost impossible to afford. This can cause a lifetime of medical issues, which can be otherwise prevented. Residents living in these areas are in need of basic medical aid in order to prevent serious health issues in the future.
Short Term Impact
Approximately 400 children and their families in Gyumri’s shanty towns will receive basic medical care during the Summer, 2016.
Long Term Impact
Residents of remote and poverty stricken villages will have a decreased occurrence of health issues in the future. As this program expands, repeat visits will create more access to health care and in turn increase the overall health and well being of this population.
Sponsors Benefits
Your donation to sponsor Med Aid Armenia will be recognized on The Paros Foundation website and in all appropriate press related to this important project.
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Dr. & Mrs. Mihran & Ani Shirinian

Glendale, CA July 23, 2016
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Ms. Joyce Sahyouni & Mr. Robert Larkin

United Kingdom March 20, 2016
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Mr. & Mrs. John & Gayane Pridjian

La Canada, CA November 14, 2015
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Mr. & Dr. Harout & Lena Soghomonian

Los Angeles, CA October 15, 2015
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Dr. John Aljian & Dr. Sylvie Khorenian

Alpine, NJ May 13, 2015
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Cultural Society of Armenians from Istanbul

Southfield, MI April 25, 2015
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Updates: Images & Information

December 15, 2015

An EKG Machine was purchased and delivered to the Hatsik Village Medical Center.

January 5, 2016

Four fetal monitors were donated for medical centers in Armenia. Three were delivered to Artsakh and one to Yervandashat Medical Clinic.