Somali American United Council

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Somali American United Council

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The Somali American United Council of Arizona, a non-profit organization, was developed in 2006 in response to the growing need to connect Somali communities in Arizona with each other and the rest of the American society.
The Somali American United Council of Arizona fills a critical need by helping newly arrived families adjust to their new lives, location, language and culture. The Somali American United Council of Arizona exists to promote better understanding between the Somali refugee community and other American communities.
The Somali American United Council of Arizona serves as a model for other non-profit organizations working with refugee communities and immigrant populations. By building a and structure of best practices, The Somali American United Council of Arizona shares this knowledge with other to help them build designed to address cultural barriers and emotional trauma.
Vision and Mission
Somali American United Council of Arizona, a non-profit Qualified Charitable organization within the State of Arizona, whose mission and vision are to facilitate and improve communication channels and contribute to the wellbeing of the Refugee/ immigrant community, assisting them in becoming productive law-abiding citizens that can properly integrate for a great patriotism.
Our is to become the premier institution that offers high quality services to the Somali-American & multi-ethnic Community and prepare individuals of the highest moral fiber.
The Somali American United Council's working philosophy includes the encouragement of the Somali American and multi-ethnic refugees to actively seek to find sound solutions to the needs and aspirations of their community in Arizona.
The Somali American United Council received aid from the ASU/Luce Covid-19 Rapid Response project. Community served: Refugees, migrants, & asylum-seekers; Mixed-status families
Project: Rent and utility assistance, food box delivery

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September 16, 2020

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Erin Craft

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Erin Craft

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Cronkite-Luce Fellowship

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Arizona State University

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English NGOs (non-profits)
English Community & Community Organizations
English Food & Drink
English Social Issues
English Immigration

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food box

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Southwest Stories>Communities

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