MIHR Performance for the Official Launch of Ayo!

Ayo cooperated with Mihr theatre and for the official launch of the project the guys went to streets of Yerevan to have a small performance and inform people about...

Happy Thanksgiving from Ayo!

Children from Yerevan special school no: 14 and Gavar Special school no: 1 wanted to say thank you to all the donors for supporting...

Ayo! Accepting the ALS IceBucketChallenge

The Ayo! Crowdfunding Platform accepts Arsen Julfalakyan's nomination for the #IceBucketChallenge. Firstly, let us thank all of those who donated to an Ayo! project as part of the challenge. We also wholeheartedly support the #ALS Association and are glad to see the well-needed attention that it's receiving! However, we also decided to save water in support of charity:water that aims to provide clean and safe drinking water worldwide. Now, we nominate Room 118, Hovhannes Azoyan, Onnik Krikorian and Ralph Yirikian. You have 24...

HAPPY We Are Children From Armenia

Clap along and say Ayo! to happy children everywhere. Then visit www.weareayo.org to learn how YOU can help these 4 minutes of happiness last forever for Armenia's...

Our first Birthday!

This week we celebrated Ayo!’s first birthday at Cantaloupe pub and we welcomed all of our Ayo! friends to the party. The best part was that they didn’t just come for the cake—they came for us! (Trust me.) We took this opportunity to celebrate all of the achievements of our first year. Ayo! made it possible for 100 visually impaired kids to get an equal education by providing them with a Braille printer. Have you ever thought about how important it is for these children to have books? Braille books are essential tools for aiding the literacy process of blind children. With the printer the school can now make these books accessible to all of its students. So, with this gift we gave them an opportunity to expand their horizons. These children can now have updated books and they are very thankful for it. This is our reward. We also gave 70 children with physical disabilities the...

I want a playground

The playground project serves to provide a safe outdoor area for children at a kindergarten in the town of Berd to play and have recreational time. Children between the ages of two and six spend their playtime restricted indoors in their classrooms. It is important that they spend their time outdoors in order to exercise, develop mentally, and to have fun. People living in the town of Berd struggle to provide their families with a good standard of living. With the implementation of this project, 122 children will have the freedom to play outdoors. This school needs the help to provide the children with a happy childhood -- one filled with a place to play out their imagination and enjoy being children. Say Ayo! to game time, say Ayo! to...