Sponsor a Street Sign in Nineveh!

image0013.jpgDear Friends,
I would like to invite you to take part in this very special drive that the Assyrian Academic Society has undertaken with our local civic organizations in the Nineveh Plains. Please spread the word to your organization members, friends and relatives so they can also contribute to the progress of our language and culture by sponsoring street signs throughout the Nineveh Plains. Our goal is to start with a 150 signs in three towns but with your help I believe we can expand it to other towns, villages, schools, and public buildings. Note that the AAs is a registered 501-3C non-profit organization so you donation may be tax deductible. If you have any questions please contact us at our toll free number 1-800-355-7228.image0021.jpg
Merry Christmas and a happy new year.
Firas Jatou
Assyrian Academic Society
E-mail: info@aas.net , Web: Http://aas.net
Tel: 800-355-7228 , Fax: 800-355-7228
Address: 8324 N. Lincoln Ave., Skokie, IL, USA 60077
Sponsor a Street Sign in Nineveh

In Spirit of UNESCOs proclamation of 2008 as the year of languages the AAS has partnered with Iraqi Nineveh Plains major towns on the Sponsor a Street Signproject.

Now you can sponsor the fabrication and installation of a street sign in one or more of the major towns with both Arabic and Aramaic.
Your contribution will have a long lasting impact on the promotion of Assyrian Aramaic language and culture.
Once your $100 tax deductible donation is received, a certificate will be sent to you acknowledging your sponsorship and the street name you contributed towards. Should you choose to give such a donation on bahalf of someone for Christmas, we will be happy to make the certificate in their name at your request.

This drive will end by January 2009, so please do not delay. Take part of this historical task.
If you prefer to make your donation by phone, then call our Toll free number at 1-800-355-7228 and leave a message. We will be happy to get back to you asap. Otherwise, please use the link below:image0031.jpg

Tawdi (Thank you)!.