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The Arab-American Family Support Center is leading the way in empowering immigrants and refugees with the tools they need to succeed. We cannot do it without your help. There are a number of ways you can make a difference.


We rely on donations to support our free services. Thank you for investing in the lives of thousands of low-income immigrants and refugees.

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Refer a community member or client that you believe can benefit from the Arab-American Family Support Center's wraparound services.

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Volunteers play a critical role at the Arab-American Family Support Center.

We are always looking for skilled photographers, videographers, and graphic designers to support our work and we are open to working with your corporate team to create a meaningful group volunteering experience.



Join a team passionate about creating opportunities for the marginalized and under-resourced and empowering immigrants and refugees.

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There are a number of ways you or your company could partner with us. You could host a fundraising event, connect AAFSC with your corporate giving team or offer employment opportunities to our program participants.

We would love to hear from you. Email us for more information about partnering.

Cultural Competency Trainings

The Arab-American Family Support Center is the leading culturally and linguistically competent, trauma-informed social service agency in New York. We hire our staff members from within the communities we serve, which translates to a better real-time understanding of community needs as well as a deep appreciation for and understanding of cultural differences. Further, we have over 25 years of experience offering direct service to a diverse group of recently arrived immigrants and refugees.

Cultural differences play a role in every interaction. We aim to ensure a level of mutual respect and understanding across social service agencies, government entities, first-responders, corporations, and more. This past year alone, we offered over 50 Cultural Competency Trainings to law enforcement, non-profit agencies, journalists, grantmakers, health and well-being providers, policymakers, and government representatives.

If you are interested in setting up a training for your staff or community, email us.