Learn, Create, Grow

Anera's 2019 Annual Dinner

WHEN: Friday, October 11th | 6:30 p.m.

WHERE: Mayflower Hotel | Washington, DC

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THANK YOU TO ALL OUR DINNER GUESTS FOR A WONDERFUL EVENING!
CHECK BACK ON THIS PAGE IN 2020 FOR NEXT YEAR'S ANNUAL DINNER INFO

 

Read President Sean Carroll's full dinner remarks.

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Anera's Dinner Host Committee
H.E. Salem Abdullah Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, Embassy of the State of Kuwait
H.E. Hunaina Sultan Al-Mughairy, the Sultanate of Oman
Secretary Chuck Hagel and Lilibet Hagel
H.E. Dina Kawar, Embassy of the Kingdom of Jordan
Designer Rami Kashou
United States Senator Dianne Feinstein
US Congresswoman Betty McCollum
US Congressman David Price
US Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib
US Senator Chris Van Hollen
H.E. Nicholas Veliotes, former US ambassador to Jordan & Egypt

and the Anera Board of Directors
invite you to Anera's 2019 Annual Dinner in Washington, DC.

Learn, Create, Grow: How Hope Finds A Way

This fun and inspiring evening will raise funds for Anera’s work
that opens doors to learning opportunities and building livelihoods
across Palestine, Lebanon and Jordan.

Location

The Mayflower Hotel

1127 Connecticut Ave NW,
Washington, DC 20036

The closest Metro stop is Farragut North on the Red line.

Valet parking available
$35/night  |  $61/overnight

Tickets

RESERVATIONS FOR ANERA'S 2019 ANNUAL DINNER ARE NOW CLOSED

Be a Sponsor

Why sponsor Anera's Annual Dinner?
It is no secret that progress in the Middle East is more challenging every day, especially with US government funding to Palestinians ceasing altogether. But the Anera community remains strong and steadfast in its support for human development in the region, funding our work with disadvantaged Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese caught in situations beyond their control.

Empower communities...
Your sponsorship will help empower local communities across Palestine, Lebanon and Jordan to shape the lives of their families, their neighborhoods, and their region. By sponsoring, you can bring youth back into the classroom and the job market, build new spaces for families to play and learn, encourage wise use of limited resources, and much more.

Make your voice heard...
With your sponsorship, you can forge relationships with like-minded humanitarians and development professionals/experts, while putting your personal stamp on the oldest American organization delivering humanitarian relief and development projects exclusively in the Middle East.

Step 1: Learn more about the 2019 Sponsorship Opportunities.

Step 2: If you would like to become a sponsor online, click the button below.

Thank You To Our Generous 2019 Anera Dinner Sponsors!

LEADERS

Aramco Services Company

Foundation for Middle East Peace

The Olayan Group

Robert & Susan Trice

BENEFACTORS

Judith Brand

Hamad, Daoud, Siam Families

CHAMPIONS

Teresa Barger & Travis Brown

Mike & Pilar De Graffenried

Embassy of the United Arab Emirates

Sultan Qaboos Cultural Center

Lawrence & Teresa Hamdan

The Embassy of the State of Qatar

STEWARDS

Jim & Mai Abdo/Abdo Development

Arizona State University

ExxonMobil

Muna & Basem Hishmeh

Samar Hussein Langhorne & William Langhorne

Alfonse & Nancy Masi

Sanofi Genzyme

Sahouri Insurance

Alan E. Kligerman

John & Susan Gurley

CCC

FRIENDS

The Andoni Family Foundation

Ashkar Family

Jamie & Leslie Gallagher

Dr. And Mrs. Raymond Haddad

Kaddoura Foundation

Khoury Surgical Group

Michael & Son Services, Inc

Kalbian Hagerty LLP

Doumar Martin PLLC

Joy Cone Co.

Bob & Shari Norberg

John & Joyce Richardson

John L. Roglieri, M.D., In honor of Maria and Jesse Aweida

Grace Muller Tompkins

Mohammed Yasin

Betty H. Sams

In Memory Of George & Eathel Mendenhall

Ambassador & Mrs. Edward Gnehm

To young Palestinians having fun while learning in their newly renovated classroom in the West Bank of Palestine by Anera.
A group of teenage refugees from Syria participate in a non-formal education course offered by Anera in Lebanon.
A young Palestinian girl holds up her artwork made during Anera's summer camp in Gaza.
A group of students participating in one of Anera's vocational education courses on electrical engineering in Lebanon.