Comments from the Parents Who Have Stayed at PFH
PFH: Book of Opinions & RecommendationsI am very grateful for your kindness, care and support. May God make all the children healthy. Respectfully,
Narine Gasparyan, Alaverdy
I am very thankful. Here I was treated very well. This house is a fabulous place and the approach of the staff is unique. May God bless the PFH staff and the children who are hosted in this house.
May God bless your work and give you strong health so that you can serve the people who need your help. We are grateful for your honest and open efforts. May my grandchild also be healthy and may her eyes not see anymore tears of grief.
Hasmik’s grandmother Seda, Gyumri
PFH: Administrator & MothersI wish no child need to be in the hospital so that no parent is preoccupied with the child’s illness. May all the children be healthy so that their parents are overwhelmed with joy and love. I am grateful to the PFH staff for such a caring attitude towards us. I wish that all the hospitals in Armenia have such facility and service. Thank you once again for everything you have done for us. Love and happiness to all of you.
Epremik’s mother, Lilit, Ashtarak, village Aruch
Everything is temporary in our lives, only our deeds remain. May your organization prosper and your staff be healthy and successful in everything they do. I think the parents hosted at the PFH are unable to describe in words their gratitude for everything you do for them. May God bless you!
I am endlessly thankful for your caring attitude. Since my child was ill, I came here in a desperate mood, but the PFH staff relieved me from the daily issues. I wish you all good health. Respectfully,
Ara’s mother, Armine
I am very grateful for the care. I have never seen such a warm attitude towards the people and comfortable facilities free of charge. I can’t find words to describe my feelings and gratitude. Thank you very much!
October, 2017, 15.30
Special Educators' Club
Venue: DAA library
Topic: to be specified
NEWS / PROJECTS
DIRECT AID ASSOCIATION
public charity organization
June 17, 2011
ADHD, Irina Tovmasyan