(1923-1999) Founder and president of Ina’ash El-Usra in El-Bireh, and head of the General Union of Palestinian Women
in Palestine who struggled for freedom with dignity and fortitude. The scholarship goes to a female student with potential leadership
To honor the memory and legacy of distinguished Palestinians, Rawdat El-Zuhur has established along the past few years, three scholarship funds.
Please contact us about applying for or contributing to the scholarship.
(1935-2003) The Columbia University professor, scholar, and human being in the fullest sense of the word. The
scholarship goes to a student with academic excellence and creativity and who would adhere to the values that Said believed in.
(1940- 2001) A dedicated and committed leader and holder of the Jerusalem portfolio. The scholarship is granted to
a male student from Jerusalem with special community
The Elizabeth Nasir Trust Fund was established in honor of the founder and president of Rawdat El-Zuhur
upon her retirement in 1986. Donations in her memory and in lieu of flowers for her funeral in 1987 were added to the fund, and so
were part of the legacies of some of her friends. Contributions towards this fund will help keep the memory of Elizabeth Nasir alive,
and will guarantee the continuity of Rawdat El-Zuhur.
A Haven for Palestinian Children
Dr. Amin El-Khateeb
In memory of Dr. Amin El-Khateeb who had served the Jerusalem community for many years as head of the Charitable
Societies, the school board decided to offer a scholarship in his name starting next fall. However, the school has already started
receiving contributions from the community towards that scholarship. Dr. Khateeb was known as the poor peoples’ doctor, and was a
national icon. Bless his soul; may he rest in peace.