ADC to Co-Sponsor Third Annual National Arab American Service Day

Washington DC | May 9, 2007 | | The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) is pleased to announce its co-sponsorship of the third annual National Arab American Service Day. ADC, the nation‘s largest grassroots civil rights Arab-American organization, and its network of nationwide chapters and members, joins the Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services (ACCESS), the National Network for Arab American Communities (NNAAC), the Network of Arab American Professional (NAAP), and the Arab-American Institute (AAI) in helping organize community service projects in cities across the United States. The service day will be held on June 2, 2007.
ADC chapters around the nation have regularly participated in past service days that were held locally, however this will mark the first time that ADC has participated on a national scale with the sponsoring partners. ADC is proud to coordinate its nationwide network of chapters and grassroots membership in working with the 18 projects that will take place in 15 cities. With 38 chapters across the nation and members in all 50 states, ADC looks forward to significantly contributing to the overall aims of the service day by activating ADC chapters to spearhead efforts in areas where past projects did not exist.
The National Arab American Service Day is an annual project organized by the National Network of Arab American Communities. The mission of National Arab American Service Day is to foster and encourage volunteerism and service among diverse communities, while highlighting Arab Americans‘ commitment to serving their local communities. For more information please contact the ADC Organizing Department via email at or by calling (202) 244-2990.

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