Founded on Love. Driven by Results.
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
Fighting hunger and homelessness in our neighborhoods
Always pushing our boundaries to impact the lives of as many people as possible.
Our mission is to feed the hungry and engage our community in the fight to end hunger and poverty.
We address the needs of marginalized community members and continuously look for ways to meet the challenging needs of our city in response to poverty and hunger.
We have partnered up with KM Dental to provide FREE essential basic dental care for low income families, to ensure that they are able to maintain healthy smiles.
We have has supported and funded an annual mission to serve a First Nations Community in Northern Ontario. With the goal of raising awareness about the culture and the needs of the First Nation Communities.
The Mississauga Training Centre Private Career College is the first educational facility of its kind in Ontario. Owned by Anba Abraam Charity, MTC is proud to support the community by increasing human capital in the GTA region which it serves.
We have partnered up with local Schools and Church Communities to support running Mission Trips to places such as Bolivia and Egypt. Our goal with supporting these missions is to help educate and encourage volunteering and service among local communities, as well as bring love to many who need it over seas.
We run over 43 day cares across Egypt in which children can learn life skills and receive the best education whicle their parents return to the workforce knowing that their children are well taken care of.
AAC continues to fund the ongoing medical and surgical needs of the needy in our countries of service. We provide medicine and provide access to medical in some of the most rural locations in Egypt and Sudan.
Anba Abraam’s main objective is to ultimately make all the projects self-sustainable financially and create micro-businesses for the families.
Anba Abraam has been able to provide many families with winter clothing and blankets over the several past years. We've also helped many children across Egypt get prepared for the back to school season.
These programs, are housed in accessible facilities, which are committed to helping mentally and physically challenged children and youth to transition to a independent or quasi-independent lives.
Anba Abraam is proud to work with HG Bishop Yulius and the Coptic Orthodox Bishopric of Social Services to establish micro projects focused on training people to grow and become economically independent.
This project is in progress and continuing every day! Once operational, it will revolutionize and bring new services to children in upper Egypt all year, every year. From spiritual nourishment, to personal and health education and treatment. Our vision of a loving environment to nurture growth and care for children is only possible through your support.
We provide support for the most vulnerable and aim to build individual self-esteem, encourage social and cultural integration with the community.
This program’s goal is to build individual self-esteem and to empower youth struggling with mental health issues, drug addictions, and physical challenges.
The aim of this program is to support and provide for the needs of individuals who are experiencing domestic violence.
This program supports seniors who feel socially isolated. It will teach them how to virtually communicate, manage online banking and grocery ordering.
AAC’s vision is to assist all individuals and families overcome poverty, achieve self-sufficiency, and build a sustainable future for a better tomorrow.
Love is not patronizing and charity isn’t about pity, it is about love. Charity and love are the same — with charity you give love, so don’t just give money but reach out your hand instead.Mother Teresa
Love is not patronizing and charity isn’t about pity, it is about love. Charity and love are the same — with charity you give love, so don’t just give money but reach out your hand instead.