Join us for our next Mindful Wednesday discussion on September 9th at 4:00 PM PST. Sheikh Yassir Fazaga and Sara Bejaoui will continue the discussion on the “S” word, reflecting on questions such as, “What to do when I’m sick and tired of life?”. Check out the flyer for event details.
Join us for our next Mindful Wednesday discussion on September 2nd at 4:00 PM PST. Sheikh Yassir Fazaga and Sara Bejaoui will discuss the “S” word, reflecting on questions such as, “What to do when I’m sick and tired of life?”. Check out the flyer for event details.
Access California Services (AccessCal) annual Back to School fundraiser has helped many children in need with the necessary school supplies. Thanks to our donors, every year, we surprise over 100 children with the tools they need to succeed in school.
This year is different from others! The Covid-19 pandemic has dampened the school spirit. Now more than ever, it is critical we come together to provide the necessary support to children in need. New school supplies will re-invigorate their enthusiasm and ensure they have what they need to focus on overcoming this challenging year.
We ask you to join us to surprise 100 underserved children with school supplies. You can sponsor a child’s school supplies for just $30. All proceeds will go directly towards new purchases.
Our goal is to raise $3,000 by August 31st, 2020. We are sure together we can help enrich the lives of underserved children!
California (August 6, 2020) – Access California Services (AccessCal) is deeply saddened by the terribly tragedy that claimed over 100 lives and displaced around 3,00,000 people in Lebanon. We extend our deepest condolences to the families who have lost their loved ones and extend our prayers to the people who have been hurt and injured. For 22 years, AccessCal has been serving refugees and immigrants who relocate to Orange County – California from around the world. AccessCal serves over 11,000 underserved and vulnerable individuals, each year with over 100,000 services. Our thoughts are with our community members who have family members in Beirut.
About Access California Services
Driven by the belief “You cannot give a person dignity – every person is born with it – but sometimes you need to help vulnerable people maintain it,” Access California Services began in 1998 by Nahla Kayali, a Palestinian refugee from Syria. The humanitarian essential services non-profit has since transformed into a trusted organization serving the underserved community including immigrants and refugees in southern California. With services delivered in 16 different languages such as health coverage access, mental health services, client advocacy, employment services, educational enrichment, financial assistance and much more – AccessCal is a culturally sensitive community-based organization dedicated to empowering all underserved populations. Through direct health & human services, we strive to enhance quality of life and foster self-determination. To learn more, visit www.accesscal.org.
Playtime is incredibly crucial for our little ones right now as they are at home being safe.
AccessCal is excited to have the opportunity to keep our commitment to helping children receive toys this Eid!
Pre-Registration is a must!
Please contact Suzanne at AccessCal by calling (714) 917-0440.
The month of May is all about mental health.
AccessCal is offering weekly talks on:
• How to address and balance personal wellness amidst these stressful times
• Tips and preventive ways of handling our daily responsibilities
• Helping you manage your lives better
Let’s prioritize ourselves for a change!
AccessCal is providing online learning for our citizenship preparation classes and we are providing naturalization application assistance! We can assist you with preparing for the test as well as the application process. Please contact our office at 714-917-0440 for registration.