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Michigan Health Endowment Fund Grant Awarded to CCF

The Chaldean Community Foundation is proud to announce that the Michigan Health Endowment Fund awarded a $99,796 grant to translate and adapt a program to reduce falls for Michigan’s Arabic-speaking aging population. The Chaldean Community Foundation is one of 57 Community Health Impact projects that have received support, with grant awards ranging from $34,000 to […]

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Chaldean Community Foundation Awarded Grant from Vera and Joseph Dresner Foundation

Grant to Chaldean Community Foundation’s Pathway to Prosperity Supports New Americans, Low-Income Families and Disabled Individuals FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 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 […]

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Gov. Gretchen Whitmer declares Chaldean-American Month in the State of Michigan

Governor Gretchen Whitmer declared the month of April as Chaldean-American Month in the State of Michigan. The proclamation recognizes Chaldeans, Assyrians, and Syriacs as a Semitic people indigenous to Mesopotamia. “Collectively, there are nearly half a million Chaldeans/Assyrians/Syriacs in the United States, including about 160,000 in Michigan, the largest concentration in the country,” the proclamation […]

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City of Sterling Heights Recognizes Chaldean-American Month in April

On April 19th, Sterling Heights City Council and Mayor Michael Taylor recognized the month of April as Chaldean-American Month. The resolution was the first resolution ever drafted in the City of Sterling Heights for celebrating Chaldean-American Month. The ceremonial announcement took place at the April 19th City Council meeting at Sterling Heights City Hall and […]

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