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Donations over $2 are tax deductible

Your donation of $2 or more is tax-deductible. Mission Armenia Australia LTD is registered as a charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC). Eligible tax-deductible donations have Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status with the Australian Tax Office.

Vision of Hope

Our stories paint a picture of the amazing work Mission Armenia does supporting refugees & ensuring they have the same rights as RA citizens.

Australian based Not-For-Profit Org, Mission Armenia Australia has NGO Status

Mission Armenia is NOT-FOR-PROFIT

Mission Armenia is an Australian based not-for-profit org, non-government organisation (NGO) whose mission is to work for the interests of disadvantaged elderly, refugees and other vulnerable groups, bringing improvement to their quality of life.

Mission Armenia Community

Mission Armenia’s 330+ staff provide a unique, community-based and comprehensive model of welfare which allow them to build capacity for:

Australian based Not-For-Profit Org, Mission Armenia Australia has NGO Status
Australian based Not-For-Profit Org, Mission Armenia Australia has NGO Status

International Contribution

Our Projects

MA Timeline

The only Australian based Not-For-Profit Org with NGO Status

100% TAX Deductible


Every Armenian should have a safe home

Map of Armenia, Australian based Not-For-Profit Org

3 M

Population in Armenia

26.4 %

Of Armenia's live in poverty

15.3 %

Of people are food insecure

0.76 %

2019 Human Development Index

0.9 %

Suffer Chronic Malnutrition

Our Stories

Our stories paint a picture of the amazing work Save the Children does around the world and explore some of the biggest issues facing children today.

Artsakh displaced Armenian situation October 2023

Current Situation in Artsakh

Current Situation Fact Sheet Overview: On September 19, 2023, Azerbaijan initiated a large-scale military offensive against Nagorno-Karabakh (NK), violating the 2020 ceasefire agreement. The conflict ...
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Story of a Beneficiary

Lusine Simonyan

Lusine Simonyan was born in 1983 in Akner village. She lives with her parents. After graduating school, she studied hairdressing and cookie decorating. Then she ...
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World Food Program (WFP) and Mission Armenia cooperation

World Food Program (WFP) and Mission Armenia cooperation

WFP has trusted Mission Armenian since 2007 with storage and distribution of the donated food by WFP to Armenia. A number of European countries are ...
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Typical Questions

Mission Armenia is one of the first not-for-profit organisations to be established in Armenia after the 1988 Spitak Earthquake which occurred in the northern region of Armenia.

Mission Armenia has a Department of Finance and a Department of Accounting, which are responsible for maintaining the Organisation’s Financial Management System.
Mission Armenia conducts financial management in accordance with Manual of Accounting and Financial Policies (MAFP) and Procedures, based on the RA law on “Accounting” and as per International Financial Reporting Standards.
The verification of financial reports and documents is done by the President of Mission Armenia.
The Government of Armenian requires an independent financial audit to be undertaken by all charities within the country on an annual basis.
The projects implemented by Mission Armenia undergo independent auditing on a yearly basis by local and international auditing companies (e.g. PKF Audit Service LLC, BDO Jordan, NDO LLB, Audit Service LLC) as per the requirement of each donor. Both financial and service quality audits are undertaken.

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