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Local middle school students will have a chance to shine at National Civics Bee

By SUSAN SMILEY | ssmiley@medianewsgroup.com | Macomb Daily PUBLISHED: April 12, 2024 at 11:15 a.m. | UPDATED: April 12, 2024 at 1:12 p.m. Some local middle school students will have a chance to show off their knowledge Saturday at the first-ever National Civics Bee hosted by the Chaldean American Chamber of Commerce and Chaldean Community Foundation. “We wanted to help...

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Thriving Chaldean community in metro Detroit sees economic impact jump 65% in 5 years, new report finds

By Sherri Welch March 12, 2024 New data from the Chaldean Community Foundation shows significant growth in the Chaldean population in Southeast Michigan and a jump in its economic impact. The Chaldean population’s economic impact has risen to an estimated $17.6 billion from $3.7 billion in 2008, according to a 2023 study commissioned by the foundation and Chaldean American...

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ARCH Recognizes Chaldean Community Foundation as “Innovative and Exemplary” Program

Four Respite Services Selected as Innovative and Exemplary in National Search Washington, D.C., February 15, 2024 —The ARCH National Respite Network and Resource Center is pleased to announce that four respite services from across the country were recognized with the highest level of distinction -- Innovative and Exemplary. Each respite service met a stringent set of criteria...

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CCF’s Dr. Adhid Miri featured on Bridge Detroit about Chaldean Town

A butcher shop, Iraqi restaurant and youth center are among the few remaining signs of the once-thriving Chaldean Town neighborhood in northwest Detroit. If the city passes a plan for a new solar project here, those remnants will fade further. The area is one of nine under consideration for large solar arrays that would power 127 city buildings, including the Coleman A. Young...

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Oakland University and Chaldean Community Foundation Expand Partnership

A partnership between Oakland University and the Chaldean Community Foundation is providing OU alumni with unique opportunities to utilize the skills they’ve learned in the classroom in a real-world setting while supporting the organization’s community outreach efforts. “The Chaldean Community Foundation benefits greatly from having OU alumni on board," said Stacy Bahri,...

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