The Armenian Missionary Association of America (AMAA) is now accepting scholarship applications for the 2022-2023 academic year for full-time undergraduate students of Armenian descent studying in North America. Students interested in applying for scholarships should personally request the link for the application form by calling 201-265-2607 ext. 127 or by email, lucyr@amaa.org. Previous recipients must reapply each year. It is the responsibility of the student to request an application form. Incomplete items… Read More

Dear Friends, The Armenian Missionary Association of America (AMAA) and the Armenian Presbyterian Church (APC) in Paramus are planning to co-host a virtual bookstudy on a New York Times bestselling book, Boundaries: When to Say Yes, How to Say No to Take Control of Your Life written by Drs. Henry Cloud and John Townsend! Have you ever felt obligated to say yes to everyone’s requests so you don’t let them down?Have you… Read More

Camp Armen to be rebuilt The AMAA welcomes the news of the rebuilding of Camp Armen in Tuzla, and is committed to support the reconstruction of the Camp. Under the leadership of Hrant Guzelian, Camp Armen was a blessing to a multitude of Armenian youngsters from the plains of Anatolia, including Hrant Dink and his wife Rakel. We hope and pray that the new Camp will continue to be a blessing to… Read More

“Hello” and “Thank You” from Armenia to America! The AMAA carves smiles on about 12,000 children’s faces with Christmas gifts, festivities and the message of God’s love every year, throughout Armenia and Artsakh. The Good News of Christmas also reached the Noravan, Shaghat and many other border villages in Armenia. High spirits, music, gifts: After staging the Christmas story, the children are scurrying around in the hallway, waiting their turn to get… Read More

“Support Our Heroes” NGO and AMAA – for the Reconstruction of Artsakh
Support Our Heroes Charitable NGO and the Armenian Missionary Association of America (AMAA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding, according to which AMAA generously sponsors the construction of 6 out of the 16 homes of Project Nakhijevanik, in Askeran.
Participation in this program is part of the AMAA’s mission to rebuild and resettle Artsakh. Immediately after the war, the AMAA resumed its Artsakh support campaign, not only to provide emergency aid, but also to help rebuild what was destroyed. To date, AMAA has renovated 17 houses in Artsakh, in the cities of Stepanakert and Martuni.

On November 26, a delegation from the Armenian Missionary Association of America, headed by Executive Director/CEO Zaven Khanjian, visited Yerablur, the Military Pantheon in Yerevan, to pay tribute to the memory of the Armenians who died for the independence of the Homeland. While laying a wreath at the Memorial of the Freedom Fighters, Mr. Khanjian said, “Visiting Yerablur is not just a duty, but it has a great meaning – a responsibility… Read More

The 44-day Artsakh war was a difficult period that left a severe horror in the souls of all Armenians. Armenian Missionary Association of America Executive Director/CEO Zaven Khanjian recently visited the family of Vahe Karamyan, a hero martyred in the 44-day war. Vahe, 32, was heroically killed in the war on October 19 during the heavy fighting in Fizuli. Vahe was a contract soldier in Sisian for many years serving as a… Read More