AUAF SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
The Assyrian Universal Alliance Foundation (AUAF) is pleased to present the AUAF Scholarship Program. It will award merit based scholarships to deserving high school seniors and full-time undergraduate students who are pursuing post-secondary education at an accredited institution.
AUAF CCP Program
The Assyrian Universal Alliance Foundation has come a long way from where it began. It has expanded its programs, growing from a refugee aid service for Assyrians, to a provider of numerous community services to all. The organization has grown, but its mission remains the same: to offer services to the community and to educate people on the rich Assyrian culture.
Since 1992, AUAF qualified for the Community Care Program (CCP) government grant. This is a program for people 60 years or older who need living assistance. Working with the Department on Aging, AUAF employs caregivers to go to clients’ homes and see to their needs.
The program started with a very small group members, and now has over 2,000 clients and 1,500 caregivers. The CCP functions as the primary means of funding for much of the AUAF. This has allowed AUAF to take on new projects.
Assyrian Universal Alliance Foundation
Located at 4343 W Touhy Ave., IL 60712
Community Care Program (CCP)
brings the nursing home into the person’s home
Our staff makes up the machine that keeps the CCP running successfully. The majority of the staff are supervisors.
Welcome to our Music Program.
We have high level experienced music teachers.
Ashurbanipal Library houses the largest collection of books
on Assyrians, ranging in English, Assyrian, Arabic, and Farsi.
Assyrian Heritage Gallery
Tracing back to ancient times and through much of the modern era.
NEW DOCUDRAMA PROJECT
A MAN BEFORE HIS TIME: "THE UNSUNG STORY OF FREYDUN ATOURAYA"
A film by Henri Charr made in Hollywood. This is a docudrama based on Assyrian history during the WWI. The film is narrated by Hollywood actor Steve Guttenberg. The grand opening of the film will be in Chicago. More information will be provided at a later date.
It was more than 150 years ago that the New Testament was translated in the Lake Urmia region of Iran for Assyrian speakers of that time and place. Now the Assyrian New Testament has been translated for Assyrian speakers of today.
Presented by: Aramaic Bible Translation www.aramaicbible.org & Assyrian Universal Alliance Foundation www.auaf.us
Listen to our radio program, The Echo of Alliance, at WCGO 1590 AM, broadcasting Monday through Friday from 7pm-12am. Streaming live online at: www.1590WCGO.com
Art & Music Program
Juliana Jawaro, the AUA Foundation’s representative in the Middle East. Ms. Jawaro has been a vital tool in the AUA Foundation’s outreach to Assyrian refugees in the Middle East, primarily in Syria and Lebanon. Through AUAF’s support, she helps distribute food and clothing to Assyrian refugees who have fled Iraq to cities like Beirut and Damascus.
AUA Foundation has a largest and most extensive collection of books on Assyrians, English, Assyrian, Russian, Arabic, and Farsi.
They are available for your use at the AUAF office. You can purchase or order Assyrian related books, documentary DVDs, CDs, flags, maps.
There is a shop offering a wide variety of Assyrian souvenirs and other artifacts.