Palm Sunday Luncheon

Sunday, March 24, 2024

1pm - 4pm

Fairooz Palace Banquet Hall

📍1160 N Kraemer Blvd

Anaheim, CA  92806


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Mieh-Mieh Camping Trip

O’Neill Park

April 26-28, 2024

📍 30892 Trabuco Canyon Rd.

Trabuco Canyon, CA  92679


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UPDATE 1/6/2024

The Christmas party raised $5600. Sent $7K to Mieh-Mieh, most of this money goes to pay for medications for our families that just can't afford it. 


UPDATE 3/22/2023

Sent medication and money to Father Maroun. Father Maroun had provided us with a request and with your donations we were able to provide everything he asked for.


UPDATE 2/3/0023

We continued to receive donations after the Christmas party and we wired $11,600 to the people of Mieh-Mieh.


UPDATE 12/30/2022

We raise just under $6K at the 2022 Christmas party.

UPDATE 9/11/2021

We continue to receive donations to help the people of Mieh-Mieh we are wiring another $10K this week.

UPDATE 7/22/2021

We raised approximated $3K in donations and ticket sales from the Parent Day Picnic.  Thank you to all that attended and donated. We will continue to support those who are in need in Mieh Mieh.

UPDATE 8/28/2020

$21,149.00 in donations received, with the Mieh-Mieh matching we are at $31,723. We are forever grateful to all of you that are helping make a difference.

UPDATE 8/25/2020

We are now at $13,468! With the Mieh-Mieh matching we are at $20,202! 

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UPDATE 8/24/2020

We have already raised $5K! With the Mieh-Mieh matching we are at $7500! Thank you to all those that took quick action with your generosity! Spread the word!


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Mieh-Mieh Lebanese Community

The Mieh-Mieh Lebanese Community (MMLC) was formed by Lebanese immigrants who descended from the Mieh-Mieh village. Due to the country's 1975-90 Civil War, villagers refuged overseas to Australia, Canada, France, Germany, and the United States. This organization is a means for keeping in touch with family, friends, and neighbors and also to preserve the friendship, unity, heritage, culture, and language.







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