We understand and value the importance of a child's education in their development.
Communities and people need to be supported to become independent and find self-sufficient.
We believe everyone regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, gender or ability should be cared for and loved.
Our programs are aimed at providing basic necessities including financial support in Egypt and food assistance through the food banks network in Peel, in Canada.
In particular, we are focused on funding for medical surgeries and treatment, programs for physically and mentally disabled; and support for people without speech.
Our programs are aimed at providing basic necessities including financial support in Egypt and food assistance through the food banks network in Mississauga, Canada
Our mission is to improve the lives of the underprivileged and vulnerable people in Canada, Egypt, Sudan and around the world by utilizing the power of humanity. We are motivated by God’s love to serve all people regardless of religion, ethnicity, race, or gender.
We were established an established volunteer driven organization, that has been proudly serving underprivileged communities since 1994 to create a better today.
We seek to work with local partners who possess expertise to support and expand existing programs and ongoing activities. We have partnered with The Shepherd & Mother of Light Services in Egypt in sponsoring access to daycare services for children who otherwise would not get the care they need.
Our deep conviction to help improve people’s lives is translated into our numerous programs on a global scale, reaching out across continents to actualize our mission
Always pushing our boundaries to impact the lives of as many people as possible.
Fighting hunger and homelessness in our neighborhoods
AAC’s vision is to assist all individuals and families overcome poverty, achieve self-sufficiency, and build a sustainable future for a better tomorrow.
We know that we have amazing supporters just like you! This is why we do what we do and here’s how we do it:
Make a recurring or a one-time donation to support our projects, our programs, families and children.
At the forefront of providing for needy families for since 1994. Continuing to assist over 30K people per month in Canada, Egypt and Sudan with our supporters’ assistance.
Many of our volunteers and donors visit our programs and projects across the globe to help deliver the services, or to witness the great work that Anba Abraam Charity is doing. Here are their first hand experience:
“On my trip to Egypt I was given a tour of a workshop which supported impoverished women to learn a trade. They are taught how to sew and use specialized equipment for embroidery. While they are training they are paid and then hired. This very important service helps woman to save up for a dowry which then always them to choose a spouse rather than to be forced into a marriage. Their work was beautiful and there was a great sense of pride in all the women we met.”
“While visiting Anba Abraam Charity’s projects I was most touched by a home for physically and mentally challenged children. There was a wide range of issues and ages. This project was just in its infancy and yet there were a large number of children. The children are given the respect and support that is needed where they may otherwise not receive it. The children were filled with love and joy. Much more support is needed to train and educate volunteers at the facility. With the support of donors around the world to AAC I know these kids have a bright future.”
“My husband and I had the opportunity to visit a home for the dying which is one of Anba Abraam’s Charity programs. We saw first hand the state of art equipment that was bought through the support and funds of donors. It was a clean and well cared for building. The patients are all bed ridden and yet they have smiles on their faces. This project has given these elderly and terminally ill people a chance to end their days in dignity and comfort. We were moved and proud that our donations were so well spent.”