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103rd Armenian Genocide Anniversary Commemorations in Florida

South Florida

South Florida Armenian Genocide Exhibit Student Contest – Winners Announced April 24th – Cash Prizes – Click on Form Below for Details!

Tampa/St. Petersburg

“They Shall Not Perish” Film Screening

Tuesday, April 24th 7:00pm

St. Hagop Armenian Church in Pinellas Park, FL invites local Armenians to Shahnasarian Hall for a movie screening of “They Shall Not Perish,” the story of the men and women who worked to save the Armenian people and other minorities in the wake of the genocide perpetrated by the Ottoman government in Turkey. The film is one hour long.

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Armenia Fund Director Visits South Florida

Arlys and Hagop Koushakjian with Sarkis Kotanjian (center) in their home in Boca Raton, FL.

Earlier this week, Sarkis Kotanjian, Executive Director of the Armenia Fund, visited members and supporters in South Florida. He provided an update on the Armenia Fund’s projects in Armenia and Artsakh over the last year, as well the organization’s budget, range of programs, and plans for the years ahead.

Kotanjian visted organization members in their home and held a series of meetings with donors and supporters across South Florida.

Established in 1994 in Los Angeles, California, Armenia Fund, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, non-governmental, non-political corporation that has implemented over $120 million of infrastructure development assistance and humanitarian aid worldwide. Armenia Fund is the largest humanitarian organization serving the needs of the Republic of Armenia and the Artsakh Republic. Their mission is to connect the people of Armenia with the worldwide Armenian Diaspora to create a better homeland for the Armenian nation.

South Florida Knights of Vartan to Celebrate Vartanantz Day at St. Mary Armenian Church