This blog follows the projects of the foundation:
The Saja Cup: Saja Foundation x Dbayeh Country Club
Organised by our dearest friend Joe Abboud at the Dbayeh Country Club on the 5th of Mat 2019
A beautiful event celebrating the equestrian sport at Dbayeh Country Club in Lebanon. Participants were among the top riders in Lebanon and featured some spectacular foreigners as well. Thank you for all who have attended, participated and organised.
Keep smiling for the world is full of hidden wonders.
The Saja Foundation
Art Auction: Saja Foundation x RISD Alumni
Words from the organiser and our very close friend: Atara Kelman
Evening of art and drinks at my loft in West Oakland, to celebrate the life and memory of my dear friend Saja Tourbah (M.Arch 14).
Friday, April 12, 7PM. 1232 19th Street, Oakland, CA. Invitation details attached.
The event will be an auction of art donated by RISD alumni, in support of the foundation. It is a really special opportunity to come together around a beautiful cause, check out emerging artists, and celebrate life. I hope that you can join!
"Silent Walls": 1st Of september 2018
You are all invited to our first event in Batroun, Lebanon. An art exhibition showcasing Saja's Final Works will be set up in the old ruins of a Arak Factory by the sea side. Inspired by Saja's projects, we will be preparing a memorable evening around art, music and food.
Please join us and help kick-start the foundation funding.
We are the people: December 19 2017: Saja x AIshti
Who said you can’t achieve greatness in a tee?
A unique holiday collaboration season event held by We Are The People, Aïshti’s latest destination. 8 Lebanese talents, game changers and creators presented a collection of 5 custom designed and created T-shirts, each bearing a chosen message of Lebanon’s most promising and generational voices in art, culture and design.
This one-time collector’s collection was exhibited for sale during a cocktail party event at WATP. The proceeds were issued to the Saja Foundation.
“We firmly believe it’s an ideal time to highlight the representatives of a new Lebanese culture. At We Are The People, the individual is celebrated; everyone has their own story, style and message.”