CAAP brings Arab American Women Giving Circle to Houston!

Thank you to everyone who brought the power of collective philanthropy to Houston’s first-ever 100 Arab American Women Who Care giving circle!You and your fellow Arab American philanthropists pooled your generosity into one grant of $6,320 for the Arabic Immersion Magnet School, a pre-K to eighth grade public school in Houston with an immersive learning…

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Florida Hosts first-ever 100 Arab American Women Who Care!

Our hearts are filled with gratitude after Florida’s first-ever 100 Arab American Women Who Care giving circle. This group Arab American philanthropists pooled their generosity into one grant of $9,000 for UNRWA USA; this includes donations received after the event. UNRWA USA provides basic support including food, healthcare and education to Palestinian refugees. Photos here….

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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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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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A True Partnership: How listening to communities is the key to change

Before joining 1for3, I decided to volunteer first. The first thing I said to them if they are really interested in working in Palestine is that they should come with me and learn firsthand what the community wants. At that point, we realized that for us to do good and successful work in Palestine, the community must be involved…

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