Fundraiser to support displaced students of Artsakh
GCC Press Release
(Glendale, CA) – The Glendale Community College Armenian Student Association is holding a fundraising event in support of students who have been displaced from Artsakh. It will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 21 from 12:30 to 2 p.m. in the GCC Auditorium.
Artsakh is a historically indigenous Armenian enclave that boarders Armenia and is currently located in Azerbaijan. Artsakh has suffered from a blockade of roads leading to and from Armenia, limiting food and medical supplies to the region.
The event will feature live performances of Armenian dances, poems, songs and guest speakers. Admission is free and open to the public.
To donate go to https://aefweb.org/gcc-stands-with-artsakh-in-crisis/.
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Glendale Community College has served the Glendale community and the greater LA Metro region for 96 years. The dynamic institution offers college credit at the Verdugo Campus, continuing education at the Garfield Campus, and customized employment training at the Professional Development Center (PDC) located in Montrose. The college serves an ethnically diverse student body of more than 15 thousand students with a commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility. with one of the region’s top transfer rates to four-year universities. The GCC Promise Plus provides first-time, full-time students with two years free tuition making it a strategic choice for students focused on obtaining a valuable yet affordable four-year college degree. Learn more at glendale.edu.