Donate to St. Nersess
A center for learning and inspiration for the next generation of church leaders, we rely fully on donations from individuals, organizations and parishes. Your support funds the education of priests and non-ordained leaders for ministry in the Armenian Church in North America. All donations are tax deductible.
Please scroll down to see all ways to donate, or make a general donation where the need is greatest.
Ways to Donate
Join the Leadership Giving Circle
Other Ways to Give
Write a Check
St. Nersess is grateful for your donation to the seminary. Please mail your check payable to St. Nersess Armenian Seminary to:
St. Nersess Armenian Seminary, 486 Bedford Road, Armonk, NY 11530
Please include your full name, address, email, and phone number.
Donate Stocks, Mutual Funds or IRA Distribution
St. Nersess welcomes gifts of securities, including publicly traded and privately held stock and mutual funds. Donations can be made through your broker or investment manager to transfer stocks to us electronically. Gifts of appreciated securities offer a tax savings. The donor is entitled to take a charitable deduction for the full current value of appreciated securities (held longer than one year) and is also able to avoid paying any capital gains tax that would be due if the donor sold the securities or took a distribution.
To donate your stocks or mutual funds, please contact Robin Perlmutter, Controller, at 914-273-0200 or email@example.com
We invite all parishes to support St. Nersess Armenian Seminary, annually. Please call the seminary if you have added St. Nersess to your budget.
Donate a Book
St. Nersess has built a “Wish List” on Amazon.com of books and resources we would like to have for use in our Library. Thank you for your generous support!
Planned Giving Society
For Dr. Lucy Balian Rorke-Adams, making a planned gift to St. Nersess Armenian Seminary is more than just a financial investment; it is an opportunity to thank the Lord for all her life blessings and ensure St. Nersess Armenian Seminary will continue to train men for service in the Armenian Church for years to come.