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We thank you for your continued support!
AABA Senior Housing
AABA Village, which includes Cheriton Grove and the James M. Salah Family Housing at Cheriton Heights, is the premier focus of AABA. Through your generosity these two buildings are up and running , with more than 150 residents living in a community setting. In order to provide the “extras” for our seniors we rely on your help. Programs include the computer room, the library, social events, health and wellness programs, day trips and full-time Resident Service Coordinators who assist our residents in many facets of their daily lives. We can do much more with your help.
AABA Food Certificates
Each year AABA donates 500 food certificates to our seven sister churches for those in need. The value of each certificate is $20. These are given out at Easter and Thanksgiving. We have recently doubled the number of food certificates distributed. We were able to do so because of your generosity in supporting the two concerts that were designated to raise money for this specific effort. We hope to be able to give more certificates and increase their value in the years to come. Only by your generosity can we do this!
AABA Scholastic Achievement Awards
AABA, in conjunction with the Nicholas G. Beram Veterans Association and the Syrian-Lebanese Women’s Club, gives four $1,000.00 scholastic achievement awards to graduating High School seniors from our community. We would like to give more awards and, with your help, we can. Please consider giving a scholastic achievement award or donating toward one. You can also choose to name an award for a living or deceased loved one it. This program is important so that our young people know that we believe in them and in their future.
ARABIAN NIGHTS Radio Program
For many years now, AABA has been operating and supporting the Arabian Nights Radio Program. This one-hour weekly program allows our people to enjoy both old and new Arabic music. The program also includes special highlights, announcements of events of our sister churches, as well as AABA and related-organization events. This program has been a huge success with both old and young listeners. Recently, the program moved to WNTN 1550 AM every Saturday from 10am to 11am.