• 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. 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.

    For more information or to request an application for Cheriton Grove, go to www.cheritongrove.com

    For more information or to request an application for Cheriton Heights, go to www.cheritonheights.com

    The Community Builders, Inc. is our hired management company. Javier Balister is the AABA Village property manager. Whitley Green is the assistant property manager and Luciano Berardi is the maintenance tech.

    For more information about The Community Builders, Inc. visit www.tcbinc.org

  • AABA Radio

    AABA has its own radio program, where we bring you the best in Arabic music. For many years now, AABA has been operating and supporting The Arabian Nights Program. This one-hour program allows our people to enjoy both old and new Arabic music. The program also includes advertisers, special highlights, announcements of events of our sister Churches, as well as AABA, and related-organization events. The Arabian Nights Radio Program is the oldest and longest running ethnic radio program in the country. We’re proud of our DJ, Gabriel El Massih, and thankful for our sponsors. You can listen to it any day or any time of the week.

    Click here to listen to AABA ONLINE RADIO.

    The Arabian Nights program was created by the late Charles Shagoury in 1937 and has been faithfully carried on by his daughter Nancy and then by Tom Jabaily for many years. Now it is the pleasure of the American Arabic Benevolent Association to carry on with this long-standing happy tradition.

    If you want to advertise with us, or if you have any comments or suggestion regarding the program please contact us.

    Below are our current full-time supporters, which we are very proud to have:

    Salhaney Insurance Agency/New England Insurance Group

    Salhaney Insurance Agency is located at 437 High Street in Dedham. Salhaney Insurance Agency is your independent agent that can provide modern solutions to all your insurance needs, whether they are auto, home, life, or business. Call Salhaney Insurance Agency at 617-325-5555 or you can also visit them at www.salhaney.com.

    Kfoury Keefe Funeral Home

    Kfoury Keefe Funeral Home is located in the heart of West Roxbury at the corner of Centre and Spring Streets. The Kfoury Keefe Funeral Home will guide you through all your options and help you with the inevitable decisions now, before your time of loss. Preplanning will give you and your loved ones the peace of mind that comes when you know everything is taken care. Call them today at 617-325-3600 to schedule a no-obligation appointment or you can also visit them at www.kfouryfuneral.com.

    Byblos Restaurant

    Byblos Restaurant has been the Boston area’s premier Mediterranean restaurant for authentic, homemade Lebanese cuisine since 1996. Located in the heart of Norwood, Massachusetts, Byblos Restaurant is a family restaurant offering all the best features of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern dining, including a large hall where feasts are laid out in traditional Lebanese Mazza style to the tune of live music and belly dancing. For reservations, please call 781-762-8998 or 781-278-2000.

  • AABA Golf Tournament

    AABA sponsors an annual golf tournament in another effort to raise money for the AABA projects. The event is usually held in September and is reasonably priced.

    Contact us or listen to our radio program for more information.

  • AABA Scholastic Achievement Awards

    Our belief in the importance of education is exemplified by our continued support of scholastic awards programs. Through the Syrian-Lebanese Women’s Club, AABA supports our high school seniors pursuing a secondary education.

    We currently award two (2) $1,000 scholastic achievement awards each year.

  • AABA Food Certificates

    The generosity throughout the year by our members allows AABA to provide food certificates to our affiliated churches, where they are distributed to anonymous needy parishioners.

    AABA is fortunate enough to distribute $10,000 in food certificates, twice every year, around Easter and again around Thanksgiving.

  • Donations

    As an umbrella organization for the Arabic community, we frequently make donations and support other charitable efforts.

    This is all done under the watchful eye of the Board of Directors.