Now accepting proposals for our 2013 Operational Support Grant Program
The Center for Arab American Philanthropy (CAAP) is seeking proposals for its 2013 grantmaking program. A total of $53,000 will be granted to Arab American organizations working for social justice and other issues.
Grants up to $7,000 each will be awarded to Arab American community organizations seeking general operating support. CAAP will put priority this year on organizations actively working to address social justice issues (equal, fair treatment and portrayal) of Arab Americans through various programs including advocacy, arts and culture, human rights, community organizing, civic engagement, economic development, educational reform and access, healthcare access, housing and shelter, and other areas.
Download the grant application here.
Funds for this year’s grantmaking are made available through the contributions of CAAP’s Professional Advisory Board , as well as other individual donors.
CAAP is the only national Arab American philanthropic support organization in the United States. It builds on the tradition of Arab American giving by working with donors to invest their charitable dollars in organizations and programs making the greatest impact.
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Photo courtesy CAAP grantee Alif Institute
Center for Arab American Philanthropy
2651 Saulino Ct.
Dearborn, MI 48120