A service oriented non-profit organization for all community members interested in promoting diversity while serving the needs of our community.
The Arab American Heritage Council was established in 1980 by a small group of concerned Arab American citizens in Flint, Michigan. The AAHC progressed as a non-political and non-sectarian grass roots organization for Arab Americans and non-Arab Americans in the community interested in preserving Arab heritage and culture and serving the needs of our community.
Initially, the council started as a strictly volunteer-run organization evolving into a well-established organization with paid staff and a solid membership base. The AAHC has also become a community leader by sponsoring numerous programs, delivering important services, and assisting many people, regardless of race, religion, national origin, or political ideology.