Partnership and networking are used in all kinds of JMP–L programs and services — casework, group work, relief, social services, health assistance, and economic and community development projects — giving the opportunity to leverage resources, expertise and experiences.
We cooperate with local and international governmental and non-governmental organizations, educational institutions, Armenian and non-Armenian organizations, and resourceful community members. These cooperative relations spread over a range of areas, from project planning and implementation, to participation in workshops, trainings and other professional development initiatives for our staff and volunteers.
Our work would not have been possible without the generous contributions of our local and international donors — individuals and organizations — whose continuous support has enabled us to maintain and expand key programs and services.
In the past, we have benefited from stable funding from the Jinishian Endowment Fund in the United States. Since 2004, there has been a decline in revenues received from the fund’s investments. To circumvent this decline and move into a renewal phase, we carried out a strategic planning process for 2009–2013, which called for increasing fundraising from diverse sources.
Thanks to your monetary, and other kinds of donations, we continue to provide assistance to the needy and to design sustainable projects that impact the lives of thousands of people.