Home appliances worth about 7 million AMD were distributed to the Artsakh families settled in the Republic of Armenia

21 December, 2020
Under its humanitarian aid programs, MY STEP Foundation provided home appliances worth about 7 million AMD (13,500 USD) to support domestic needs of those families who moved to Armenia during recent Artsakh war.

15 TV sets, 20 washing machines, 50 electric kettles, 15 refrigerators, 10 gas cookers, 20 vacuum cleaners, 30 irons, 10 meat grinders, 20 hair dryers, 2 gas boilers have been purchased and delivered to different regions of Armenia. Procurement was based on the needs assessment done by the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs of the Republic of Armenia.

Under the imperative to combine efforts, the Foundation does its utmost not to leave requests for support unanswered. The Foundation is in constant contact with all the governmental agencies, partner organizations and is doing its best to use all means to meet people’s most immediate needs.

21 December, 2020

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From November 20 through December 30, 2020, MY STEP Foundation allocated 951,859,333 AMD for post-war needs.
MY STEP Foundation has not raised any funds during the war. All requests to the Foundation regarding the donations were directed to the Hayastan All-Armenian Fund.
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