This Saturday, ACCESS – the leading Arab-American community nonprofit, celebrating 50 years of service – will host a large-scale community service event, in partnership with the City of Dearborn, at multiple locations across the city.
Arab American Service Day is an annual national event hosted by the National Network of Arab American Communities (NNAAC) – a national institution of ACCESS. On this day, Arab Americans across the United States come together in their respective communities to demonstrate the power of giving back through volunteerism.

This year’s 16th annual “Day of Service” will include 15 Arab-American community nonprofits and thousands of volunteers in 10 different states, who plan to help with local community projects, including murals, creating baseball fields and cleaning up neighborhoods.

This will mark the first year since the inception of “Arab-American Service Day” that ACCESS will focus its efforts solely on the city of Dearborn, honoring both a historic anniversary and the city that was the seat of the non-profit organization since its founding.

Those interested in signing up as volunteers can visit:

Who: ACCESS, the City of Dearborn, and Arab-American communities in Southeast Michigan and the United States

When: Saturday, May 14, 2022, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Source: ACCESS