Tekeyan Cultural Association Launches
ARTSAKH CRISIS AID CAMPAIGN
How Much Longer Must the People of Artsakh Suffer?
The Armenians of Artsakh have been suffering direly due to the Azerbaijani blockade since December 12 despite international condemnation and sympathy.
The people of Artsakh have appealed for aid but diasporan Armenians hesitate, not knowing what can be done.
If sending supplies is physically impossible at present, there still is a way to help. The Tekeyan Cultural Association of the United States and Canada (TCA) has reached an agreement with the Artsakh government to send money directly into the bank accounts of large families with many children whose fathers were killed during the 2020 Artsakh war. The families thus can purchase necessary supplies.
TCA has already sent an initial $10,000. All money raised will be immediately transferred, with TCA paying all administrative fees.
Lives, and the very future of Artsakh and Armenia, are at stake.
The time to act is now. Send as much as you can.
Please either make your donations online at https://givebutter.com/YCrT8P; or mail checks made out to the Tekeyan Cultural Association, memo: Artsakh Aid, to Tekeyan Cultural Association, 755 Mount Auburn Street, Watertown, MA 02472, or in Canada, 825 Manoogian, St.-Laurent QC, H4L 1Z5.
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