Building A History of Social Change
Our competitive grantmaking programs allow us to make a real difference in communities, while raising awareness of Arab American charitable giving. By using our searchable database, you can view grants CAAP has made through our Community Grantmaking Fund, Empower Women and Children Fund, Disaster Relief Fund and Teen Grantmaking Initiative.
CAAP also processes grants made through donor-advised funds, but these are not included in the database. Grants are searchable by focus area and grantmaking fund.
Hamtramck Warriors Soccer Club
Enable the organization to achieve its mission of promoting the personal and social development of players by providing operational support to assist low-income students.
Don Bosco Hall Youthville Detroit
Enable the organization to achieve its mission of offering a variety of after-school educational, recreational, and cultural arts programming by supporting the summer Steam Nexus program, a 6-week course that offers immersive, hands-on STEM/STEAM projects.
InsideOut Literary Art Project
Enable the organization to achieve its mission of inspiring students to think broadly, create bravely, and share their voices by supporting the Youth Advisory Board for the Citywide Poets program.
Arab American Association of New York (Brooklyn, NY)
Enable the organization to start The Brooklyn Arab Women’s Cooperative, which aims to economically empower Arab immigrant women to be small business owners by giving them the platform, training, and support needed to use and market their skills to their fellow community members.
Arab American Family Support Center (Brooklyn, NY)
Enable the organization to provide financial literacy education and economic planning services for survivors of domestic violence through their Financial Literacy through Economic Empowerment (FREE) project.
Somali Family Service (San Diego, CA)
Enable the organization to support their Family Strengthening Program, which aims to empower and educate women and youth who are refugees and immigrants in order for them to become economically self-sufficient.
Access California Services (Anaheim, CA)
Enable the orgnaization to support their Home-Based Child Care Licensing Training Program, which serves immigrant and refugee women through micro-enterprise, facilitated entrance into the workforce, and integration into mainstream society.
Foundation for Women’s Cancer
Through the 100 Arab American Women Who Care – Michigan giving circle, enable the organization to achieve its mission of increasing public awareness of gynecologic cancer risk awareness, prevention, early detection and optimal treatment.
Arab American Family Services (Bridgeview, IL)
Through the 100 Arab Americans Who Care – Chicago giving circle, enable the organization to achieve its mission of changing and impacting the quality of life by serving and building stronger and healthier generations of Arab Americans in the Chicagoland area.
Palestine Children’s Relief Fund – Toledo
Through the 100 Arab American Women Who Care – Toledo giving circle, enable the organization to achieve its mission of initiating