The Tamari Foundation supports initiatives around three levers of change: Education, Socio-culture, and Health. It is through these essential project areas that the foundation can drive transformation, one life at a time, throughout communities around the world.
STORIES OF TRANSFORMATION
Following the unprecedented explosion in the port of Beirut on August 4, The Tamari Foundation (TF) created an Emergency Relief Fund in order to support the work of key humanitarian organizations in the region, thus enabling the reconstruction of schools, homes for...
The Tamari Foundation was pleased to lend support to Imbuto Foundation towards fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. We were able to deliver a donation of medical supplies, including: 500 infrared cameras 3,265 litres of hand sanitizers The medical supplies were distributed...
Jordanian measures against COVID-19 For several days, Jordan has been in a state of health emergency. With 200 reported cases, the country applies the strictest social distancing rules with a nighttime curfew and forced quarantine of its population, a measure relaxed...
Meet Melissa Abdallah, a 23-year-old filmmaker from Beirut, Lebanon, who graduated from ALBA (L’Académie Libanaise des Beaux Arts) with support from a Tamari Foundation scholarship.
Jean-Pierre Allamaa holds a Bsc. In Engineering from the American University of Beirut and just graduated with a Master’s in Mechanical Engineering with a specialization in Control & Mechatronics and a Minor in Management, Technology and Entrepreneurship.
Fouad Dakwar is currently studying Music, Theater, and Education at Swarthmore College in New York City.