A charity exhibition-sale of children’s drawings was held in Tbilisi


The exhibition-sale of the best drawings selected by the results of “I draw the old town” charity action-competition took place at the Hayartun Cultural Center of The Diocese of the Armenian Apostolic Orthodox Holy Church in Georgia on 29 October.

The competition took place in the courtyard of Saint Gevorg Cathedral in Tbilisi on 1 June which coincided with the International Children’s Day. More than 50 students (4-9th classes) of different nationalities from Tbilisi’s schools were participating at the competition. The authors of the best three drawings were awarded a special prize - a three-day trip to Armenia.

The exhibition-sale of 25 best drawings selected by the professional jury was attended by the representatives of clergy, business circles, intelligence and the diplomatic corps.

All the proceeds from the sale of the children’s drawings will go towards the Kodjor home for children with disabilities for the acquisition of necessary equipment.

The competition and exhibition-sale were organized by the St. Gevorg Renovation Fund, the Non-governmental Educational Association of Georgia “Tanatgoma” (“Support”), the IDeA Foundation and the Diocese of the Armenian Apostolic Orthodox Holy Church in Georgia with the support of the Hayartun Cultural and Educational Center of the Diocese of the Armenian Apostolic Orthodox Holy Church in Georgia.

← Back to list

The Future for Global Armenians is now

28.10.2016 - The global Armenian community must do more to deliver a successful future for the nation that is economically and socially secure, according to an open letter published today and signed by a group of high profile Armenians around the world. The letter was issued on the occasion of the 110th anniversary celebrations of the Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU) in New York. The signatories include Ruben Vardanyan, Noubar Afeyan, Vartan Gregorian, Charles Aznavour, Lord Ara Darzi, Ambassador Edward Djerejian, the Honorable Dickran Tevrizian, and Samvel Karapetyan, as well as a number of other supporters. Beyond noting the major milestone represented by this anniversary, the letter highlights the critical challenges ahead and the need for unprecedented action and commitment from Armenia and Armenian diaspora communities. The open letter was published in The New York Times, based in the U.S., and the Haiastani Hanrapetuthiun, based in Armenia.

Aurora Humanitarian Initiative Announces Second Grant To Matenadaran

20.10.2016 - 10 guides will travel to Germany for an international training as a result of the cooperation of Aurora Humanitarian Initiative and the Matenadaran.

Aurora Humanitarian Initiative and IRC to Support Syrian Refugees

18.10.2016 - International Rescue Committee and the Aurora Humanitarian Initiative are developing cash transfer programming for Syrian refugees