About Egyptian American Cultural Association (EACA)
Egyptian American Cultural Association, EACA Egyptian American Cultural Association (EACA) Mission: EACA is a non- profit, non-political and non-religious association. After over 30 years of its establishment, EACA's main entity remains the same as was designed by the founders in the early 1970s. The main mission was and still is to focus primarily on promoting greater interaction among the Egyptian-American Community, to engage young generations not only as participants but also as decision makers, to maintain and celebrate our rich culture, to provide the community with social and cultural activities where a sense of belonging and unity are strengthened, to build alliance with other organizations, to promote mutual understanding with the community at large, and to continue to build bridges to strengthen our ties with Egypt. Company Brief History: In the early 1970s, a group of prominent Egyptian-American leaders recognized the need for creating an Egyptian-American association. The leaders included Mr. Fouad Munib, Dr. Ahmed El-Nagar, Mr. George Milad, Dr. Dousoky Dousoky, Dr. Abdel Fattah Abdalla, Mr. Salah Negm, and others who embarked on a vision and a mission towards promoting greater interaction among Egyptian-Americans in the Washington Metropolitan Area. They also recognized the need to encourage effective participation of the new generations, to provide the Egyptian-American community with cultural and social activities, where a sense of unity and belonging are strengthened, to maintain, to promote and to celebrate all aspects of our rich heritage, and to foster mutual understanding between the Egyptian-American Community and the community at large. One of the major goals of the founders was to maintain and strengthen greater ties with Egypt. Based on that great spirit, the dedication and extraordinary efforts by the leaders and the support and the enthusiasm of many members of the community, the Egyptian American Cultural Association, EACA, was established.
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