Annual Dinner 2022: A Tribute to the Courageous Citizens of Lebanon
ATFL Annual Dinner, May 11th, 2022Learn More
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The ATFL is a 501 (c)(3) non-governmental organization made up of prominent Americans of Lebanese heritage who work to strengthen the historic ties between the United States and Lebanon.
The ATFL publishes policy statements regarding US-Lebanon relations on issues that affect our shared interests in the stability, security, and development of Lebanon and the region.
Lebanon is rapidly failing as a state - a combination of government mismanagement, the deep economic and financial crises, the impact of Covid-19, and the Beirut Port explosions. Only with a combination of international support and a domestic coalition dedicated to real change will Lebanon survive as a functioning state.
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The Lebanese people are facing a desperate situation without effective government services. The American Task Force on Lebanon is partnering with the Country Fund of Rotary Association Lebanon to provide assistance to the Lebanese Food Bank, supported by 28 geographically diversified Rotary Clubs in Lebanon. 100% of the funds collected will be distributed to Rotary Association Lebanon and designated for the Lebanese Food Bank. Donations to ATFL, a US 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, are fully tax-deductible.VIEW MORE
Annual Dinner 2022
A Tribute To The Courageous Citizens Of Lebanon
ATFL will be following the District of Columbia Government's COVID-19 Health Guidances which can be found here: https://coronavirus.dc.gov/healthguidance
2022 Annual Dinner Honorees
82nd Governor of the State of New Hampshire
Former Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, Former US Ambassador to Lebanon
Editor, The Financial Times
Awarded to Mr. Marcello Damiani; Mr. Said Francis; Charbel Haber, PhD, MPH; Francois Nader, MD, MBA; Dr. Joe Sarkis; Mrs. Joyce Kfoury Sousa
President, René Moawad Foundation
Former US Ambassador to Lebanon