For over 50 years, ACCESS has remained committed to the empowerment of millions across the state and nation. With more than 120 programs operating in Southeast Michigan, along with three esteemed national institutions – the Arab American National Museum, the Center for Arab American Philanthropy, and the National Network for Arab American Communities – ACCESS continues to honor its Arab American heritage, while helping to change our world, one person at a time.
The largest event of its kind, the ACCESS Annual Dinner brings together 2,000 community members, friends and supporters, including local, state and national officials, along with business, corporate and nonprofit leaders. All proceeds from our 51st Annual Dinner will directly benefit the establishment of the ACCESS Substance Use Disorder Treatment Center — a state-of-the-art facility that will offer our unique, holistic approach to treatment and recovery for Southeast Michigan.
This year’s Arab American of the Year honoree is Michael Farah, a trusted financial expert and talented innovator, a visionary business leader and longtime philanthropist whose tireless work has fostered awareness, understanding and improved communities across the nation and the globe. To learn more about our honoree, click here.
Please join us as a sponsor of this signature event and supporter of this comprehensive center that is critically needed in our region. Help us make a difference in the lives of countless families who are in desperate need of support and services. For more information, click here.
With a sponsorship of $7,500 or more, your name will be permanently displayed on the Founders Wall of the ACCESS Recovery Center.
For more information, contact: Miyan Sobh at firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 313-231-9267