The Arab American Civic Council works to engage Arab Americans in community service to create stronger communities and make connections among neighbors. As members of NNAAC, our most prominent community service program is our annual National Arab American Service Day.
On Saturday, June 15th, The Arab American Civic Council will be participating in the National Arab American Service Day.
This yearly program unites Arabs and non-Arabs alike in 11 states, including 14 major cities, to build community and showcases the power of service.
About National Arab American Service Day & NNAAC
We need passionate and energetic volunteers to help! We anticipate having over 200 volunteers for this project, so get ready to join your community in collectively giving back! We will follow up with everyone that registers via email with more details and reminders.
The National Network for Arab American Communities (NNAAC), a project of ACCESS, is a national consortium of independent Arab American community-based organizations. Our mission is the development of Arab American community-based nonprofit organizations that understand, meet the needs, and represent the concerns of Arab Americans at a local level, while also collectively addressing those issues at a national level.
This year’s project:
This year, in partnership with Pathways of Hope, we will come together on Saturday, June 15 at 11 am to serve the community. It will take place at 514 W. Amerige Ave, Fullerton, CA 92832. Volunteers must RSVP. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend!
Pathways of Hope is a local non-profit that leads community efforts to provide food, shelter, and housing, to those experiencing hunger and homelessness in North Orange County.
Our Resident 2019 NNACC Fellow Peter Aziz, is helping organize it along with several other non-profit organizations partnering.