The Order's main scope is to financially support the Royal House of Ghassan and its charitable and cultural projects.
The Humanitarian work is an integral part of the House.
It's divided in two categories:
- Raising awareness - May be more important than anything else since attacks the cause of the problem. We advocate several causes: sectarian conflicts, against women's abuse, animal's cruelty, prejudice, etc.
- Bringing relief - To attack the cause is crucial; however, the consequences also have to be relieved. The House donates part of its income and also directly supports fundraising to several charities.
The Royal House of Ghassan has being active in charitable projects being recognized by the American, Brazilian, Jordanian and Emirati Governments. The House of Ghassan is also recognized by the United States IRS (Internal Revenue Service) as a legitimate 501 (c) 3 organization and the donations made in the US are tax deductible. The Royal House of Ghassan is accredited by the United Nations being in Special Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council since 2016
Below, some of our charitable projects, please click on the photo:
"The Christian Kings of the Middle East" Documentary about the
May be one of the most important mission of the House of Ghassan is cultural. "To set the record straight", as far as the Middle Eastern history showing the world the incredible deeds of the Ghassanid Arabs and their contribution to the modern civilization.
Some of our cultural projects:
- Publication of two books: "Dynastic & Nobility Law - The end of a myth" about international jurisprudence on titles and honors and about the specific historical rights of the Ghassanid Dynasty. It's the only specific book about the subject available in the English language. Also "Middle East - the secret history and possible solutions" which was awarded in Italy with the "21st International Cultural Award of Trentino-Abruzzo Alto Adige" in the "History" category. The award is very prestigious and given by governmental decree. Prince Gharios was the first Arab author to receive this award.
Also recently, the production of the documentary "The Christian Kings of the Middle East", about the historical journey of the Ghassanid rulers.
The House commissioned a painting from H.E. Michael Peschka, showing the bestowal of the imperial dignity ("King of all Arabs") to King Al-Harith (Arethas) by Byzantine emperor Justinian I. The depiction was only available in primitive illustrations.
The House is also commissioning the translation of several historical texts and documents from Arabic to English.
In Special Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council
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