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Harold and Josephine Gulamerian ran a successful fine arts material and supplies store in New York City. Founded in 1949 by Harold and his brother Norman, Utrecht Linens, Inc. dedicated its business to supplying artists with the highest quality art materials for the best value...

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Gulamerian Youth Center in Ashtarak

The Gulamerian Vocational Training and Education Program for Orphans and the Orphans Scholarship Program provide an opportunity for young Armenians who have grown up in orphanages to earn a college education or become certified in a vocational skill.

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Gulamerian Vocational Training and Education Program for Orphans / Orphans Scholarship Program

The Gulamerian Vocational Training and Education Program for Orphans and the Orphans Scholarship Program provide an opportunity for young Armenians who have grown up in orphanages to earn a college education or become certified in a vocational skill.

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Gyumri Information Technology Center (GTech)

Since its founding in 2005, the Gyumri Information Technology Center (GTech), which is overseen by the Fund for Armenian Relief (FAR), has empowered thousands of young Armenians in the earthquake-damaged region of northern Armenia, giving them the skills and tools needed to succeed.

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FAR Children’s Center

The FAR Children’s Center, previously known as the Homeless Children’s Center, was opened in 2000 to provide a safe environment for children who were victims of or witnesses to incidents of violence, abuse, neglect, assault or abandonment.

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AGBU Children’s Center Afterschool Reimagined Program

AGBU Children’s Centers, located in the Yerevan suburbs of Arapkir, Malatya and Nork, are afterschool programs that provide instruction in studio and performing arts as well as gymnastics, religious studies and computers.

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