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The Passing of Dr. Philip M. Kayal

It is with heavy hearts that we share the news of the passing of our dear friend and longtime fundholder at the Center for Arab American Philanthropy, Dr. Philip M. Kayal. Dr. Kayal passed away only a few weeks after his 80th birthday surrounded by loved ones on Thursday, December 21, 2023. Dr. Kayal’s legacy…

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Gaza Emergency Appeal

CAAP recognizes the immediate need for life-saving resources in Gaza, prompting our launch of a campaign through our Disaster Relief Fund, 100% of your donation, with a 50 cents-to-a-dollar match from CAAP, wills support your choice of:  The United Palestinian Appeal (UPA), who is in Gaza: Delivering essential medical provisions to hospitals Deploying an emergency response medical team….

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Community Gathers to Celebrate Giving Achievements of Rania Succar 

  Morgan Hill, CA – On Friday, September 22nd, the Bay Area local community and individuals from across the nation gathered to celebrate a remarkable evening at the Center for Arab American Philanthropy’s (CAAP) Threads of Giving Gala at Guglielmo Winery. The event honored the accomplished business leader and lifelong social entrepreneur Rania Succar, who…

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CAAP Launches Appeal to Help Survivors in Libya and Morocco

We are saddened by the climate catastrophes happening in Libya and Morocco and the thousands of lives that have been lost. In response, we have launched two campaigns to support survivors of the tragedies. The devastating floods in Libya, resulting from a dam bursting during a severe storm, have caused widespread destruction throughout the country….

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Bring Relief to Communities Affected by Wildfires in Maui

Communities in Maui have been devastated by unprecedented wildfires that have swept across the island. With nearly 100 dead, thousands uprooted from their homes, and countless homes destroyed, we need your help to stand with affected communities. Donate to the Maui Strong Fund at the Hawaii Community Foundation to help bring shelter, food, financial assistance…

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A Community of Arab Americans Givers Gather in Massachusetts

Generously hosted by Gheed and Kamal Itani, Massachusetts’ inaugural 100 Arab Americans Who Care event brought together Arab Americans with a shared mission to pool their giving power to support one worthy organization. This community of Arab American philanthropists collectively combined their donations to grant $5,840 to the Center for Arabic Culture, a local nonprofit…

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