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Maysoon Zayid

Maysoon Zayid: Combining Humor With Compassion

One of America’s first Arab and Muslim American women comedians, Maysoon Zayid has made her mark in both the world of comedy and philanthropy. Maysoon, who is from New Jersey, is of Palestinian descent and was born with cerebral palsy. She is widely known for her acting and comedic career—she was a full time contributor…

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Center for Arab American Philanthropy Pattern

CAAP in the News

Take a look at some of the coverage CAAP has received over the years! “CAAP: helping build the field of Arab-American philanthropy” Mott News from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation Published 2009 “Ethnic Philanthropy Extends Its Reach: A Conversation with Maha Freij of the Center for Arab American Philanthropy” The Nonprofit Quarterly Published May 17, 2012…

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Mohammed Fairouz

Breaking down the barriers of philanthropy with composer Mohammed Fairouz

Mohammed Fairouz, born in 1985 is one of the most frequently performed, commissioned, and recorded composers of his generation. Hailed by The New York Times as “an important new artistic voice” and by BBC World News as “one of the most talented composers of his generation.” Mohammed’s cosmopolitan outlook reflects his transatlantic upbringing and extensive travels. By his early teens, the Arab…

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