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Overview: Chaldeans are Aramaic-speaking,  Eastern Rite Catholics and Iraq and Syria’s indigenous  people. Metro  Detroit is home to the largest Chaldean population outside the Middle  East with  an estimated 150,000. Since the United States’ invasion of Iraq, more than three fourths  (1,000,000+) of Iraq’s Christian population have fled due to religious persecution and remain displaced as refugees all over the world.  More than 30,000 of these refugees have entered Michigan. Additionally, many Syrian refugees are expected in Michigan  in the next few years. Syria is home to the second-largest Chaldean community in the world.

Background/Mission:  The Chaldean Community Foundation (CCF) is the charitable  arm of the Chaldean American Chamber of Commerce and a not-for-profit501(c)(3) organization dedicated to advancing the needs of the Chaldean American community and the communities  in which they live and work through education,  charitable  giving and advocacy.

Services:  Core programs of the Chaldean Community Foundation include:

2015 Accomplishments:  Provided a wide variety of human social services:

Project Bismutha:   Provided the following (funded entirely  through community donations):

Office Locations and Phone Numbers:

Farmington Hills Office                                                 Sterling Heights Office

30095 Northwestern Highway, Suite 101                  3601 15 Mile Road

Farmington Hills,  MI 48334                                        Sterling Heights, MI 48310

248-851-1200                                                                  586-722-7253


Website: www.chaldeanfoundation.org