Center for Arab American Philanthropy

Our Mission: The Center for Arab American Philanthropy strengthens the impact of strategic Arab American giving through education, asset building and grantmaking, in order to improve lives and build vibrant communities. Our Vision: The Center for Arab American Philanthropy is building a legacy of giving in the Arab American community, shaping the future of our society through the collective power of our philanthropy and empowering the community to be change makers and community builders. ACCESS, a nonprofit based in Dearborn, Mich., established CAAP in 2005 to strengthen the impact of Arab American philanthropy and leverage individual giving locally and nationally.
Empower Arab American Youth Through Philanthropy
 
The Center for Arab American Philanthropy's Teen Grantmaking Initiative (TGI) is the only Arab American youth philanthropy group in the country. The award-winning TGI program teaches high school students about community issues, grantmaking, nonprofit management, communication and community leadership. This project will not only support a variety of education and health-related projects, it also presents an opportunity for minority youth to make decisions about social change in their community. project reportread updates from the field
Help TGI make grants to youth-serving nonprofits!
 
TGI is the only Arab American youth philanthropy program in the country. This unique model teaches high school students about community issues, grantmaking, nonprofit management, communication and compromise, and community leadership. This year, the youth decided to focus their grantmaking priorities on academic success and access to healthcare, and have set a goal of granting $5000 to youth-serving organizations in the Detroit area. project reportread updates from the field
Expand TGI to New York!
 
The Center for Arab American Philanthropy's Teen Grantmaking Initiative (TGI) is the only Arab American youth philanthropy group in the country. The award-winning TGI program teaches high school students about community issues, grantmaking, nonprofit management, communication and community leadership. This project will not only support a variety of education and health-related projects, it also presents an opportunity for minority youth to make decisions about social change in their community. project reportread updates from the field
Support TGI at National Arab American Service Day
 
TGI is the only Arab American youth philanthropy program in the country. This unique model teaches high school students about community issues, grantmaking, nonprofit management, communication and compromise, and community leadership. project reportread updates from the field
Create a video documentary of the TGI program
 
TGI is the only Arab American youth philanthropy program in the country. This unique model teaches high school students about community issues, grantmaking, nonprofit management, communication and compromise, and community leadership. This year, the youth decided to focus their grantmaking priorities on academic success and access to healthcare, and have set a goal of granting $5000 to youth-serving organizations in the Detroit area. project reportread updates from the field
Help youth make grants to change lives
 
TGI is the only Arab American youth philanthropy program in the country. This unique model teaches high school students about community issues, grantmaking, nonprofit management, communication and compromise, and community leadership. This year, the youth decided to focus their grantmaking priorities on academic success and access to healthcare, and have set a goal of granting $5000 to youth-serving organizations in the Detroit area. project reportread updates from the field
Send TGI to major youth philanthropy conference
 
The Center for Arab American Philanthropy's Teen Grantmaking Initiative (TGI) is the only Arab American youth philanthropy group in the country. The award-winning TGI program teaches high school students about community issues, grantmaking, nonprofit management, communication and community leadership. This project will not only support a variety of education and health-related projects, it also presents an opportunity for minority youth to make decisions about social change in their community. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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