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CAAP GRANTS $80K TO 19 ARAB AMERICAN ORGANIZATIONS

In times of crisis, every penny counts, but most importantly to know that we have shoulders to lean on has been the most comforting. We’re excited to announce that CAAP has granted a total of $80,000 to 19 Arab American nonprofit organizations across the U.S. The grants, which range from $2,000 to $5,000 each, aim…

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CHIEF DATES: ON A MISSION TO GIVE BACK

“I just hustle, make money and give back,” is the motto for this 27 year old Syrian American. Chafik “The Chief” Zaideh is the Director of Business Development at Granada Islamic school, as well as a business consultant who helps define streams of revenue for nonprofits to continue providing their services. But when he isn’t…

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Center for Arab American Philanthropy Pattern

COVID-19: Keeping Our Communities Safe

As a community foundation, the safety and well-being of the communities we serve is always our top priority, and in the wake of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), that commitment does not waver. The most effective protection against infection is making sure that we are seeking responsible and factual information from certified sources and consistently practicing healthy hygiene….

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George Salem’s Palestinian Roots Inspire His Giving Spirit

“I learned generosity like I learned a lot of other significant life skills—from my parents and from the Ramallah community I grew up in. My Palestinian heritage was my greatest teacher. And I believe that to whom much is given, much is expected. So, I did what I could to give back to my Palestinian…

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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2019 ADAWIA ALOUSI SCHOLARS!

The Center for Arab American Philanthropy would like to congratulate our 2019 Adawia Alousi Scholars! Representing colleges throughout the country, the women who make up this exceptional sisterhood are increasing the visibility of Muslim females in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) fields. In addition to the jobs and extracurriculars these women are already…

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