arab.org is not a charity but is owned & operated by a commercial enterprise based in Lebanon by the name of The Olive Tree SAL offering services for the common good.
arab.org aims to be the hub for Arab benevolence and to contribute to the wellness and welfare of society.
Only together as a collective, can we bring about real change and betterment to society.
We conduct our business with a high level of transparency and a simple development model and we publish our impact publicly.
We use our skills and creativity to make the world a better place. We want to make it possible to both inform and take action to solve the problems we discover.
We believe in taking the lead whenever wherever required by empowering individuals and organizations to influence others towards common goals.
We have adopted a sustainable, multi-phased approach in rolling out our service offerings for the common good.
With the goal of becoming the reference index for all Arab-based and Arab-destined Civil Society Organizations (CSO’s) – currently with 3474 entries and counting – it remains a work in constant progress with our references cited by news organizations such as Euronews, TDH & The Daily Star.
Click here to see the full listing of NGO’s operating in Arab states.
The second phase has already begun and will include the roll-out of exciting & innovative ways for organizations, fundraisers, visitors of all ages and for various causes to contribute to the wellness of society. We begin with the Middle East’s first traditionally disruptive donor platform: Click-to-Help, home of free donations to worthwhile causes where it costs visitors nothing, except a few seconds of their time.
Show your support with our hashtag #arabhelp.
While arab.org cannot be a substitute to reforming the donor system, we work to add new channels to it. We are proud to provide opportunities where funds which would may not have existed without our platform, go directly to our reputed beneficiaries – and that’s a powerful statement.
How does it work?
Ever since our logo first publically appeared in 2002, it has since been modified with simple lettering and a fresh neutral colour of orange comprising basic elements of symbolism to portray an Arab pattern as an identification of this entity’s origin and cause.
arab.org is a not affiliated in any form to any partisan, religious or political party anywhere whether directly or indirectly.
1996: arab.org domain registered
2002: Logo appears for first time (now a registered & protected trademark)
2016: Work begins under BinAnton Limited
2017: The Olive Tree SAL, a startup set up specifically to run & operate arab.org
2017: Launch of Click-to-Help
2018: More to come!
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