Our mission is to serve the physical and spiritual needs of our people both at home and overseas. To fulfill this worldwide mission, we maintain a range of educational, evangelistic, relief, social service, church and child care ministries in 24 countries around the world. Our mission and service ministry is made possible through the Grace of God and by the gifts of individuals and churches who are committed to fulfilling the Great Commission.
Over the last several years, the AMAA has taken great strides to increase our transparency and accountability to you, the donors of this organization. We have now taken an additional step in this process, and we are excited to introduce you to it. Our new database, DonorShops, will help donors and supporters of the AMAA to do the following: Review their giving history Select child or granny for sponsorship Review any purchases… Read More
There’s still time to show your support to AMAA! This year with your help we have been able to respond to all those who are in need. Your donations have enabled thousands to continue improving their spiritual and physical lives, giving them the means to live with dignity, respect and hope. For this, we thank you. However, much work lies ahead. Many more lives in Armenia, the Middle East, and Eurasia still… Read More
The AMAA extends warmest wishes to all our members and friends for an abundantly blessed and Merry Christmas. Բարի եւ կատարեալ նուէրը կու գայ Աստուծմէ։ Ցնծացէ՛ք Սուրբ Ծննդեան հոգիով։ Ամերիկայի Հայ Աւետարանչական Ընկերակցութիւնը կ՚ողջունէ իր բոլոր անդամներն ու բարեկամները՝ օրհնաբեր եւ երջանիկ Սուրբ Ծննդեան բարեմաղթութիւններով։
This Holiday Season as you buy gifts for loved ones you can also be giving to the AMAA and it won’t cost you ANYTHING extra. You’ll be giving twice by only giving once! When you do your Christmas shopping on Amazon, you’ll be donating to AMAA by simply getting to Amazon through the Smile.Amazon.com program. (Click here to go directly to our Amazon page.) Purchasing through Smile.Amazon.com will not cost you any… Read More
With agony and pain we remember the victims of the December 7, 1988 earthquake in Armenia and their families. On this 29th anniversary of the natural disaster, our resolve in the continued recovery and rebirth of the Homeland is only strengthened. The construction of the new AMAA built sanctuary and Community Center in Gyumri is over and will soon serve the children of survivors for the Glory of God and the promise… Read More