Celebrating Heather and Armen’s wedding by building a playground for Palestine

Instead of gifts, Heather Henyon and Armen Vartanian are asking guests to contribute to PfP in honor of their wedding. http://heatherandarmen.wordpress.com/

The wedding will take place on Sunday 2 September 2007 at the First
Congregational Church in Manchester, Vermont, and will be in the Armenian Orthodox tradition. Since Heather and Armen live in Lebanon, they are hoping to spend most of the weekend with their friends and family who they don’t get a chance to see often enough.

Asked why they prefer to give to PfP rather than receive gifts on their wedding, Heather and Armen responded: “We passionately care about the people of Palestine, having lived and worked there. We traveled to the West Bank together in 2003, and we want to use this opportunity to give something back.”

We are very grateful and touched by their generosity. From all of us at PfP and on behalf of the children to whom we try to bring joy, we wish Heather and Armen boundless love and all the delights and warmth of a long life together.

To make a gift in honor of Heather and Armen’s marriage, by paypal or by credit card, please add to the shopping cart below.

To give by check, make it payable to Playground for Palestine and indicate that your donation is made in honor of Heather and Armen. You can mail to:

Playgrounds for Palestine
PO Box 559
Yardley, PA 19067

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