Our team of regulars and part-time volunteers are committed to helping allviate some of the suffering of the Palestinians in Need.
Seeing a need for energetic, nonprofit work in this area, we formed our organization to provide some support. We've consistently grown since then, all thanks to the helping hands of our community!
We focus on making the maximum positive effort for our community. Our members and volunteers provide the momentum that helps us affect change. We provide material support that make a long-lasting difference.
Your tax deductible donation help provide support for the Palestinian people's educational, medical, vocational and cultural needs under Israeli's military Occupation in the west Bank, Gaza Strip, and in the 59 refugee camps scattered in Occupied Palestine and neighboring countries of Lebanon, Syria, and Jordan.
Ramadan Kareem to all those observing, we hope your fasting and good deeds are accepted.
Please give during Ramadan, the month of mercy to a worthy cause for the needy Palestinian people in Gaza and Tulkarm refugee camps.
For $25-$35 dollars you can donate a parcel of food or purchase a set of clothing for a child.
The food parcels include: Flour, sugar, cooking oil, dry beans, rice, tea, tomato paste, fresh and frozen vegetables.
Th clothing include: Boys: pants, shirt/T-shirt or polo and sneaker, Girls: dress, socks and shoes.
To donate online click on the donation button above
Or mail your donation to
Palestine Aid Society
1481 Waterways dr.
Ann Arbor, 48108
“There's a Palestine that dwells inside all of us, a Palestine that needs to be rescued: a free Palestine where all people regardless of color, religion, or race coexist; a Palestine where the meaning of the word "occupation" is only restricted to what the dictionary says rather than those plenty of meanings and connotations of death, destruction, pain, suffering, deprivation, isolation and restrictions that Israel has injected the word with
PASSIA seeks to present the Palestinian Question in its national, Arab and international contexts through academic research, dialogue, education and publication. In order to facilitate understanding of Palestinian positions, it endeavors to analyze current policy issues, provide a constructive forum for open discussion, conduct high-quality, independent research and publish studies and information papers. In addition, PASSIA aims to empower young Palestinians through training programs and seminars that build capacity, skills and expertise.
The Center for Youth Economic Empowerment envisages a Palestine where young people have the skills needed for economic success, as well as access to broad and durable networks of businesses, entrepreneurs and decision makers. We believe that providing students with these opportunities will contribute to increasing freedom and equality in Palestinian society.
Union of Health Care Committees (UHCC) was founded in 1985 by an initiative of leaders and professionals people from Gaza Strip and West Bank as a response to the Palestinian community health needs and to provide health services of high quality to Palestinian people , specially the marginalized and poor groups of Gaza Strip customers excited about getting a sweet deal.
Seek to enhance the role and position of women within the family and the Palestinian community by enabling them in the fields of education, cultural, economic, legal, health, and promote the creative energies of the children.
Preserving Palestinian collective memory through projects that document and restore architectural heritage sites across the West Bank and Gaza. Harnessing the energy and skills of students, architects, archaeologists, and historians, RIWAQ embarked on the Registry of Historic Buildings, a thirteen year project (1994-2007) resulting in the publication of three volumes that include detailed histories, maps, and photos of approximately 420 villages in sixteen districts across the West Bank, Jerusalem, and Gaza.
Assirk Assaghir provides circus workshops for children and teenagers from the Nablus area, including surrounding villages and refugee camps, in acrobatics, stilts, unicycle, clowning, juggling, dance, trapeze and tissue, as well as occasional workshops in music and acting.
Nablus performing arts school is made up of a team of motivated trainers and enthusiastic students from the Nablus area, including surrounding villages and refugee camps. Many of the trainers have been with the circus since its establishment in 2004 and have worked tirelessly as volunteers to keep their dream alive.