"AGBU works very hard to maintain that connection with the community and keep that Armenian-ness alive. That touchpoint is really important and you see it in the charitable work AGBU does in other countries."
"Reflecting on her life, Baldryan is certain that overcoming each obstacle that came her way has made her the person she is today—a strong woman who stands on her own two feet, confident that her innate power is key to self-realization."
“Now in its 26th year, this donor-supported AGBU signature program—an exclusive offering of the Western District—has helped Armenian teens navigate that rocky transition from youth to young adulthood.”
"I am a hardworking man and want to be able to provide for my wife and kids without relying on handouts. I am grateful to AGBU for helping me get back on my feet and facilitating my return to the workplace. It’s a good feeling."
"George and Alice (née Kalenian) Hoogasian, born in 1922 and 1924 respectively, belong to that distinguished demographic known as America's greatest generation, and Alice’s family made its mark through an Armenian food staple."