COVID-19 Vaccine Town Hall Recap and Vaccine Resources

On March 4th, 2021, we hosted our COVID-19 Vaccine Education Town Hall with Henry Ford Health System and our Ascension Primary Care Clinic here at the Chaldean Community Foundation. The town hall was hosted on our Facebook page: Albert Bajjoka, Clinical Pharmacist for Henry Ford Hospital-West Bloomfield started the Town Hall with a presentation about […]

Read more

Donor Appreciation Night

CCF hosted a Donor Appreciation Night on October 29th, in lieu of an Annual Gala this year. The event drew more than 35 donors to the event, giving them access to explore the new expansion and the inner workings of the Life Skills Center. The evening started with small guided tours of the facility, followed […]

Read more

Chaldean Community Foundation Ribbon Cutting

On July 31st, the Chaldean Community Foundation hosted a historic ribbon cutting ceremony to announce the new 19,000 square foot expansion bringing the building to 30,000 square feet. Various community leaders were involved in the announcement as the building was unveiled for the first time to the general public. Martin Manna, President of the Chaldean […]

Read more

A Message from our President to Clients and Members

Dear Clients and Members: As we all continue to work through new realities and uncertainties, I wanted to make you aware of conversations being held, partnerships being formed, and tangible steps being taken aimed at bringing solutions and relief to our community through both the Chaldean Community Foundation and the Chaldean American Chamber of Commerce. […]

Read more


Dear Friends, Due to the current situation regarding COVID-19 Coronavirus, the Chaldean Community Foundation (CCF) is temporarily closed until further notice. The CCF is committed to ensuring the health and wellness of those whom we serve, as well as our staff. The majority of the team will be working remotely and will be accessible via […]

Read more

Giving Hearts to Support Survivors

One in eight women in the United States are diagnosed with breast cancer. That means every two minutes a woman in the U.S. hears the words no one ever wants to hear. They have cancer. Fedaa Al Sammak was that one in eight. Her life changed in 2018 following her diagnosis. Though she, like many […]

Read more

From War Zone to Honor Society: Fadi Koria’s Story

Fadi Koria with some of his numerous awards

Fadi Koria’s family left Iraq six years ago, but he still remembers seeing signs of war, including a militia, in his homeland. First, through Turkey, where they lived in refuge, with him and his sister lacking access to education, then to the United States and his current home, Fadi still remembers what it was like […]

Read more