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LARP II Delegates with His Excellency the President of Lebanon General Michel Sleiman

LARP II Delegates With Governor Riad Salameh of the Central Bank of Lebanon

LARP I Delegates with Minister Haddad Representing the Prime Minister of Lebanon

What is LARP?

What is the Lebanese American Renaissance Partnership (LARP)

The Lebanese American Renaissance Partnership, a 501(c) 3 non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to improving and enhancing the relationships of entrepreneurs, professionals and businesspeople between the Americas and Lebanon in compliance with international law.

LARP Mission Statement

The mission of the Lebanese American Renaissance Partnership is to bring together successful Lebanese American business, entrepreneurial, professional, and community leaders of diverse skills from throughout the Americas and the world to make their collective experience and extensive networks available as a link between Lebanese entrepreneurs and their emigrant counterparts for mutual success in the global marketplaces.

LARP Vision Statement

The vision of the Lebanese American Renaissance Partnership is to support the civil society and civic institutions of Lebanon, to lift up the spirit of the Lebanese people, to work with the international community to achieve neutrality and modernize the Lebanese state. LARP assists the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and other agencies of the Americas in their efforts to promote economic growth, to foster peace, stability and democratic institutions in an effort to enhance the sovereignty and freedom of Lebanon.

LARP Status

LARP is registered with the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affaires, with Dun & Bradstreet, Inc. and is in the process to become a private volunteer organization (PVO) with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). In order to assist LARP in expanding and stabilizing its finances, the Board of Directors has authorized LARP to initiate a special endowment fund to support future programs and to sustain its daily operation.  You may send your tax-deductible contribution to the Lebanese American Renaissance Partnership, Burke & Herbert Bank & Trust Company, 1705 Fern Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22302 - USA, or contact any member of the Board for wire instructions. All members of the Board are volunteering their time, efforts and personal resources toward the success of  LARP. We hope that you will join and help it grow and prosper.