Serving Assyrians/Chaldeans/Syriacs Around the World Since 1991

A non-governmental organization in Special Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council since 2011

 

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Mission Statement

The Assyrian Aid Society of America is a charitable 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to:

• helping Assyrians in need

• promoting Assyrian culture and heritage

• building a structure capable of responding to unexpected crises that require immediate  mobilization to help our people

• focusing American and international attention on the needs and humanitarian concerns of our Assyrian people, particularly in our ancestral homeland of Bet Nahrain

U.S. Congresswoman Anna Eshoo’s video tribute to Narsai David and AAS-A

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Peter Bityou, Sheba Mando, Margaret Khamoo, Dr. Rouel Georgis, and Robert Mulhim. January 2015.

Assyrian National Council of Illinois Recognized

Last week AAS-A Chicago Chapter President Margaret Khamoo, together with AAS-A Directors Peter Bityou, Dr. Rouel Georgis, and Robert Mulhim, met with Assyrian National Council of Illinois representative Sheba Mando to thank ANCI for its continuing support.


The banner above, gifted by AAS-A to ANCI, was originally displayed last year onsite in north Iraq where AAS-Iraq was delivering food, clothing, and other essential needs for Assyrian families displaced by ISIS following the fall of Mosul.

Former U.S. Congressman Frank Wolf in Iraq

Former U.S. Congressman Frank Wolf visited Iraq and met with the Assyrian Aid Society-Iraq January 24-26, 2015 to discuss the displacement of hundreds of thousands of families and the conditions in which they are living. His trip included meetings with Assyrian organization representatives in the region and observing an Assyrian Aid Society of America (AAS-A) educational sponsored operation of distributing school supplies to local Assyrian students.

Dr. Chris Seiple Interviewed on ANB, Part 2

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Dr. Chris Seiple Interviewed on ANB, Part 1

Dr.Chris Seiple of the Institute for Global Engagement is interviewed on ANB following his recent trips to north Iraq where he met with the Assyrian Aid Society-Iraq and participated in emergency aid distribution projects funded by IGE and The Cradle Fund.

The Cradle Fund

The Cradle Fund supports the rescue, restoration, and return of Middle Eastern Christians and other ethno/religious people to a home where they can live and practice their faith free from fear.