Fund for Armenian Relief
The Fund for Armenian Relief (FAR) is a US humanitarian organization. It provides short-term emergency relief and long-term programs focusing on child protection, economic development, education, health care, and social services.
FAR was founded in response to the 1988 Armenian earthquake. Headquartered in New York City, it also has offices in Armenia and in the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic. It has more than 180 full-time employees. Its diverse programs include a Homeless Children’s Center, an Information Technology Center, educational scholarship programs, a Medical Education Program, soup kitchens, and senior centers.
- http://www.reporter.am/go/article/2010-01-29-fund-for-armenian-relief-celebrates-its-20th-anniversary-honors-one-of-its-founders-and-raises-close-to--1-million The Armenian Reporter, 2010-01-29, "Fund for Armenian Relief celebrates its 20th anniversary, honors one of its Founders, and raises close to $1 Million"
- http://www.farusa.org/who-faqs.html FAR FAQs retrieved 2010-09-14