Grant to Chaldean Community Foundation’s Pathway to Prosperity Supports New Americans, Low-Income Families and Disabled Individuals
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Sterling Heights, MI – The Chaldean Community Foundation has received a $20,000 grant from the Vera and Joseph Dresner Foundation to support its Pathway to Prosperity program, for educational town halls, career fairs and English second language courses.
The grant will assist new Americans, low-income families, and disabled individuals become less dependent on federal and state subsidies and services.
The Chaldean Community Foundation is a place where employees speak various languages, staff have lived similar immigration experiences, and clients can build a foundation based on education, mutual reliance, and employment.
About the Chaldean Community Foundation
The Chaldean Community Foundation (CCF) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization located in southeast Michigan that serves more than 50,000 individuals that live in Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb Counties. CCF is a purpose-driven organization aimed at rebuilding the lives for those refugees and immigrants fleeing conflict zones, while supporting sustainable communities with an ultimate goal of helping each client attain self-empowered, self-sufficient, and self-determined lives in America.
The mission of the Chaldean Community Foundation is to improve the stability, health, and wellness of those served through advocacy, acculturation, community development, and cultural preservation. Career services, social services, immigration services, and behavioral health are among the core programs the Chaldean Community Foundation offers. For more information about the Chaldean Community Foundation please visit www.chaldeanfoundation.org.
About the Vera and Joseph Dresner Foundation
The Vera and Joseph Dresner Foundation is dedicated to transforming lives in profoundly positive ways through grants focused on health, youth and family, and animal welfare. The Foundation believes in working with organizations in its focus areas to create opportunity, have community impact, and promote wellbeing. For more information, visit www.dresnerfoundation.org.