Iraqi American Foundation for Democracy in Iraq

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Youth Fair, June 30, 2019

 The Iraqi American Community Foundation holds its annual youth festival in Michigan

The Iraqi American Community Foundation held its annual youth festival on Sunday, June 30, 2019, at the Halmich Park in Warren, Michigan.

A large group of youth from our Iraqi-American community participated in the preparation and management of the festival. The festival included book exhibitions, games, talks, and prizes. Everyone joined in a meal and refreshments.

The audience enjoyed music played by Bassel Haddad on the guitar.

The MC for the festival were two young students, Rita and Maryam who encouraged the youth to fulfill their hopes.

The keynote speaker for the festival was Dr. Najwa Shaja, a Dentist, she talked about her experiences in coming to the USA. Dr. Shaja urged the young people to pursue their academic achievements, their dreams, and their artistic aspirations. 

The festival was filmed and covered by Haitham Al-Dafadi from Sky Michigan.

The youth festival was sponsored by:

Dr. Emad Nakkash, Eye Clinic

Dr. Najwa Shaja - Caring Dentistry PC 

Dr.  Almatchy - Trinity Medical Center PC

Access

Ray's Transport INC

Galaxy Freight LLC 

Bank of England Mortgage 

Ishtar Restaurant

Sterling Height Public library.

The Iraqi American Community Foundation is a nonprofit foundation dedicated to supporting the Iraqi American community and its youth through education and stay in school programs.

We are focused on helping make the world around us a better and happier place. 

The foundation works to support the aspirations of young people through education, learning, culture and art.

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Winter Festival November 4, 2018

The Iraqi American Community Foundation holds winter festival for school students 

 The  Iraqi American Community Foundation held a winter festival for school  students on Sunday, Nov. 4, 2018, from 3 pm to 7 pm in Bellagio Banquet  Hall in Warren, Michigan.

The festival  included providing winter supplies, backpacks, books, and stationery for  students and young people, also free meal was provided.

The festival we managed by our youth.

The festival included a book fair donated by the Sterling Heights Library.

The audience enjoyed music played Khadr Al Awad.

Attorney  Tad Tameem Roumayah spoke at the festival, and urged young people to  stay in schools, and to continue their academic achievements. He  encouraged the young students to and follow their dreams and academic  aspirations. Attorney Roumayah spoke about personal, social and  humanitarian rewards, that can be obtained if ones follow up educational  achievement and knowledge.

Ms. Shurouk  Al-Tamimi talked about her experience as a teacher in Michigan and  encouraged the young people to continue their studies and reach their  goals.

Certificates of appreciation were given to the speakers and the media.

Then the audience sat down to enjoy a free meal, followed by distributions of student’s winter supplies. 

We thank our supporters and donners:

Target  Stores, Meyer Stores, Axis Foundation, Dr. Imad Nakkash, Dr. Najwa  Shaja, Attorney Tad Tameem Roumayah, Sterling Heights Library, Zain  Roumayah, Al Amir Pharmacy, Dr. Raad Al Sarraf, Tom Tamo, Rana Al  Najjar, Galaxy Transport, David Salon, Wilson Stores, Anglo Real Estate  Company, Jamal Malakha, and others.

The Iraqi American Community Foundation is a nonprofit foundation that address the needs of the Iraqi American community.

We are focused on helping make the world around us a better and happier place. 

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Youth Fair, August 12, 2018

Iraqi American Community Foundation holds its first youth festival in Michigan

The Iraqi American Community Foundation held its first youth festival on Sunday, August 12, 2018, at the Civic Center Park in Madison Heights, Michigan.

A large group of youth from our Iraqi-American community participated in the preparation and management of the festival. The festival included book exhibitions, games, henna tattoo, and gifts that were given to young people. Everyone joined in a meal and refreshments.

The audience enjoyed music played by Bassel Haddad on the guitar.

The MC for the festival was Stathis Ramo; in his speech he encouraged the youth to fulfill their hopes.

The keynote speaker for the festival was Yusser Al Qazwini, who has a PhD in communication engineering, and is involved in painting and theatrical drama. She talked about her experiences in the theater and art. Dr. Yusser urged the young people to pursue their scientific achievements, their dreams, and their artistic aspirations. 

The festival was filmed and covered by Jaafar Al-Moussawi from Al Iraqiya Satellite, and Haitham Al-Dafadi from Sky Michigan.

The youth festival was sponsored by:

Dr. Najwa Shaja - Caring Dentistry PC 

Dr.  Almatchy - Trinity Medical Center PC

Ray's Transport INC

Galaxy Freight LLC 

Rana Al Najar

Dayvid Hair Salon - Dayvid Ramo

Bank of England Mortgage - Sahir Henany

3 M'Z Auto Care Inc - Jamal Malaka

Wilson Liquor

Tom Tamou – Tamou Electrical Services 

Ishtar Restaurant

Sterling Height Public library.

  

The Iraqi American Community Foundation is a nonprofit foundation that address the needs of the Iraqi American community.

We are focused on helping make the world around us a better and happier place. 

The Foundation promotes democratic practices, civil liberties and human rights in Iraq, provides protection for women and children, and develops education for all people.

We work to support the aspirations of young people through interest in education, learning, culture and art.

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About Us

How We're Helping

The Iraqi American Community Foundation is a non-profit foundation dedicated to supporting the Iraqi American community and its youth, through education and stay in school programs. 

We are focused on helping make the world around us a better and happier place.

We work to enhance democracy, civil liberties, and human rights practices in Iraq, and to improve protections for women and children, and education for all Iraqis. 



 مؤسسة الجالية العراقية الامريكية مؤسسة غير ربحية تهتم ببنات وأبناء الجالية العراقية الامريكية من خلال دعم وسند الثقافة والتعليم وتشجيع اكمال الدراسة والتحصيل العلمي. 

نحن نركز على جعل العالم من حولنا مكانا أفضل وأكثر سعادة. 

نحن أيضا نعمل على تعزيز الممارسات الديمقراطية والحريات المدنية وحقوق الإنسان في العراق، وتوفير الحماية للنساء والأطفال، وتطوير التعليم لجميع الناس

مؤسسة الجالية العراقية الامريكية، مؤسسة معفية من الضرائب حسب القوانين الامريكية 

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Iraqi American Community Foundation

33975 Dequindre Road, Troy, Michigan 48083, United States