Wildfires are devastating communities across California, causing more than 300,000 people to evacuate their homes and threatening many more. The Camp Fire in Northern California -- one of three blazing across the state -- is the most destructive in state history. We want to ensure that, if you are in an affected community, you find access to shelter. And if you are looking to help with disaster relief efforts, you know the most effective ways to contribute.
Egyptians Abroad for DevelopmentEgyptians Abroad for Development
EAD is committed to improving the development of Egypt and enhancing the economic, health, educational and social conditions of the nation. We harness and empower the collective energies, expertise and resources of both Egyptians living abroad and th... Read more
EAD is committed to improving the development of Egypt and enhancing the economic, health, educational and social conditions of the nation. We harness and empower the collective energies, expertise and resources of both Egyptians living abroad and those living in Egypt to support existing initiatives and to implement new ones in order to benefit Egyptian citizens. We work to ensure that an accurate reflection of the voice of Egyptian citizens is heard globally.
Egyptians Abroad for Development (EAD) is committed to playing a contributing role in the shaping of Egypt’s future through funding and co-managing socioeconmoic development efforts to Egyptian communities. EAD has no religious, political, or special interest affiliations or biases. EAD has filed for 501C3 status with the IRS. Once approved, donations made to the organization may be tax deductible. Until this status is achieved, contributions are not tax deductable.
Egyptians Abroad for Development (EAD) was founded in 2011 by a group of Egyptian youth committed to playing a contributing role in the development of their motherland. Those people crossed paths during the rallies supporting the January 25th revolution to voice their support and to stand in solitude with their fellow Egyptian citizens. On February 11th, the celebrations took place on Chicago’s streets nonetheless this crowd realized Egypt has a long way to go on the road of development. This shared vision of Egypt is what brought them together; most of who lived in the same city for years yet did not know of each other...but as always Egypt does bring us together and this is where the journey began. Since, EAD has been proud to attract a growing body of members to join the group and offer their full commitment, and enthusiasm to the building of a better Egypt.