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ABRAHAMIC ALLIANCE INTERNATIONAL INC

Rating: 5 stars   10 reviews

Nonprofit Issues (NTEE):

Human Services, Interfaith Coalitions, Philanthropy, Religion, Voluntarism Promotion

Address:

1930 Camden Ave. STE 3A San Jose CA 95124 USA

Mission:

Unite Jews, Christians and Muslims for active peacebuilding and poverty relief

Target demographics:

Jews, Christians and Muslims unite for active peacebuilding and poverty relief

Geographic areas served:

San Francisco Bay Area and beyond

Programs:

Abrahamic Compassion: United over 10,000 Jews, Christians & Muslims to serve the homeless & hungry at soup kitchens & family shelters in the San Francisco Bay Area and Phoenix, Arizona. Peacebuilding Education: Trained and educated over 2,000 Jews, Christians and Muslims to better understand each other and collaborate together in poverty relief

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Reviews for ABRAHAMIC ALLIANCE INTERNATIONAL INC

Rating: 5 stars  

2 people found this review helpful

AAI is an organization that is committed to bridging gaps, creating understanding of different faith traditions, and doing "hands on" community service. I've known Rod Cardoza for over 30 years, and can attest to his commitment and integrity. It has been a great honor to support this organization!

Timothy C. Stelling, BA, M.Div, LUTCF, IAR

 
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2 people found this review helpful

Abrahamic Alliance International is an incredible nonprofit that builds peace between major world religions while serving the community. During a typical event, Jews, Muslims, and Christians meet to have interfaith discussion and connection. Afterwards we prepare and serve a kosher meal to the homeless alongside one another. But this isn’t all! Recently AAI has put together several classes to help different groups understand each other. I personally took the first “Understanding your Jewish Neighbors” class for Christians and was inspired to be more involved with the Jewish community.
This nonprofit is organic, peaceful, and growing fast!

 
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2 people found this review helpful

I first learned about AAi while working as a journalist in Santa Clara County in 2010, and I was excited to learn that a local organization was working to bring Jews, Christians, and Muslims together in the context of compassion. AAi’s vision extends far beyond Silicon Valley as well, and the organization does a wonderful job of empowering Abraham’s children to come together to serve the needy.

I appreciate AAi’s focus on education, bringing in top-notch scholars who are serious about their own faith to teach fellow members of their faith communities about their Abrahamic cousins. The organization has some wonderful online educational resources as well.

During these divisive times, it’s heartening that AAi continues to bring people of different faiths together to support the common good.

 
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4 people found this review helpful

I love being a part of AAi. Peace-building through relationships and education is vitally important in our world today. This organization is amazing at helping people grow to value, respect and understand each other. Much is needed in our world today. Respect and understanding are some of the most important values we can cultivate. AAi does just that in accessible ways.

 
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4 people found this review helpful

May family and I have a great experience participating in the Abrahamic Alliance activities, i wish more people know about it and join it.

Salah Hamed

 
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4 people found this review helpful

AAi unites Jews, Christians and Muslims to serve the poor and builds bridges of understanding between the people of Abrahamic faiths. Rod Cardoza is a great person who works very hard to make AAi a very successful non-profit organization. I've participated for many years in AAi events to feed the poor people in Bay Area.

 
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3 people found this review helpful

Abrahamic Alliance is a wonderful organization that promotes charity while fostering understanding among it's Christian, Muslim and Jewish volunteers. Preparing food for the local homeless population, members work hard, have fun and slowly build relationships that are based on a shared desire to help others. We started bringing our children from a very early age to help them appreciate God's bounty and learn to share it with others; and now I see the delight on their faces every time I tell them a new event is coming up. They beg us to attend and they are teenagers now! What more can I say?

 
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3 people found this review helpful

Amazing work by the modern day version of Prophet Abraham brother Rod a man who I look up to and admire his work in poverty relief and bringing people of different faiths together. He is what we need more of today

 
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3 people found this review helpful

I have worked with AAi for many years. They have been instrumental in bringing Muslims, Jews, and Christians together to serve the poor and needy. It's an amazing work they do. To see the news, you would think these three faith communities could never be together without fighting. AAi defies this stereotype and shows the love they have for each other. Wonderful organization with their heart in the right place.

 
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3 people found this review helpful

As the outreach manager for West Valley Muslim Association (WVMA), I have been involved with Abrahamic Alliance for a few years. WVMA has participated in both feed the hungry and habitat for humanity type projects. Abrahamic Alliance is a great non-profit that brings Christians, Jews, and Muslims together to serve the needy neighbors as well as to get to know each other better. Our volunteers had nothing but praise for the organization from the way the charity events were organized to the way they were led by Rod Cardoza. Our community members look forward to the Abrahamic Alliance events and the spots fill up within a few days of advertising of the volunteer opportunity. Rod is a great leader and we consider him a good friend. May he be rewarded for all that he does. Amen.

 
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