To Love, Honor, Respect and Empower
the Lives of the Suffering, Hopeless and Forgotten.
The Anthony R. Abraham Foundation

Our Purpose

EMPOWER LIVES AND
FOSTER POSITIVE CHANGE

Anthony R. Abraham

Anthony R. Abraham
- Chairman & Founder -

Empowering Picture

(Left) Thomas G. Abraham
- Chairman of the Board -

(Right) Maxime Chaya
- Lebanese Superstar -

When it comes to enhancing the quality of life, every person’s efforts matter. That’s what Anthony and Genevieve Abraham visioned when they started
The Anthony R. Abraham Foundation.

Anthony & Genevieve

Genevieve Abraham & Anthony R. Abraham

The Vision

PROVIDE SERVICES THAT HELP

Ensure that no child is denied medical treatment
due to a lack of insurance.
Provide education that breaks barriers. Guarantee research into the cure
of catastrophic diseases.
Help raise the quality of life for those in need. Help people around the world
to become self-productive.
Who We Are

A LEGACY OF CHARITY

Thomas G. Abraham
Nancy Bailey
Nick Daniels
Tom Malouf Norma Jean Abraham

Thomas G. Abraham

- Chairman of the Board -

Thomas G. Abraham is a nationally recognized business entrepreneur and civic leader. He is the son of the late Genevieve and Anthony R. Abraham who was the last living member of the founding members of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee, founded by Danny Thomas. Mr. Thomas G. Abraham’s father, Anthony R. Abraham, was the honorary consul of Lebanon in Miami for over three decades. He was a founding member of Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Catholic Church on Coral Way in Miami. He received numerous awards and recognitions through the years including The Ellis Island Medal of Honor, the Syrian-Lebanese–American “Man of the Year”, and the National Order of the Cedar from the Lebanese Government.

Thomas Abraham currently serves as President/Partner in the following family enterprises AA Miami Group, Ltd., TATM Tampa Group, Ltd., ANAB and A.R.A. Group. He has served with distinction for more than thirty years in senior executive roles as President, officer and partner in numerous successful family-owned and operated businesses founded by Anthony R. Abraham in the automotive and insurance industries including, Anthony Abraham Chevrolet Co., Ltd., Miami; Anthony Abraham Oldsmobile Inc., Miami; Anthony Abraham Buick-GMC Truck, Inc., Miami; Abraham Chevrolet Company, Inc. Tampa; American Risk Assurance Company; Florida Leasing & Rental Co., Inc; Florida Life Insurance Company, and Coral Premium Finance Co., Inc.

Anthony R. Abraham and his late wife Genevieve devoted their lives to helping others through the Anthony R. Abraham Foundation founded in 1976. Thomas G. Abraham currently serves as Chairman and has made numerous trips to Lebanon in support of the foundation’s work in the past decades. The foundation has provided millions to numerous worthy causes, for over 30 years in Lebanon. Among those organizations in Lebanon are The Genevieve Abraham School of Nursing, The Lebanese Hospital-Geitawi, The School for the Blind and Deaf, The Spastic Center, and The Crèche St. Vincent de Paul, Lebanese American University, The Lebanese Order of the Night s of Malta, Beirut Marathon, The Rene Moawad Foundation, Little Sisters of Nazareth, Catholic Near East Welfare Association, and many others.

Mr. Thomas G. Abraham also serves as a member of the Board of these organizations: Camillus Health and House Concern, CityYear, Emeritus Board Member for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, the Lebanese American University, APEAL, SEAL, Rene Moawad Foundation, and Beirut Marathon Association.

While achieving national recognition as an innovator in the automotive dealer industry, Mr. Abraham also achieved widespread acclaim for his vision and cultural commitment to contemporary artists in Founding Miami’s not-for-profit StarArt Foundation which has provided extensive support for a multitude of civic events and organizations including: Grammy’s MusiCares Foundation, Panther Poster Project for the Miami Herald charities, South Florida Botero Sculpture exhibit, The America’s Cup, Swatch Watch Summit of the Americas, Hurricane Relief Effort, American Airlines Miami Mile, Miracle Rock, and The MOVADO Watch for the Benefit of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and UNICEF, among numerous other initiatives.

Mr. Abraham was born in Beirut, Lebanon on January 6, 1952, and is a life-long resident of the Miami area. He attended the University of Miami, and University of Denver in the 1970’s prior to embarking upon his career in the automotive industry and was instrumental in the creation of a number of startup’s that dealt with the technology industry. He is committed to continuing to search out those endeavors that will help empower those in need.

Nancy Bailey

- Chairman, Nancy Bailey & Associates Vice Chairman, Beanstalk -

Nancy Bailey is the niece of Anthony Abraham. In 1982, she founded Nancy Bailey & Associates, Inc., one of the first full-service agencies specializing in the development and management of corporate brand licensing programs for Fortune 100 companies. With over 40 years of marketing and licensing experience, Nancy is considered a pioneer in corporate trademark licensing. In recognition of her contributions to the licensing industry, Nancy was inducted into the Licensing Industry Hall of Fame in 2008, the first inductee for trademark licensing.

In 2010, Nancy Bailey & Associates was acquired by Omnicom Group (NYSE:OMC) and merged with Beanstalk to form one of the most experienced, successful and innovative licensing agencies in the world.

Nancy’s early career began in the Advertising and Promotions Department at The Procter & Gamble Company and at two New York advertising agencies. She held marketing management positions at Royal Castle and Burger King Corporation where she worked for 7 years as Director of Advertising, Kids Marketing and Licensing.

In May 2010, Nancy was awarded the Ellis Island Medal of Honor to commemorate her outstanding achievements and dedicated leadership.

Nancy graduated from The University of Miami with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.

Nick Daniels

 

Nick Daniels was admitted to the Florida bar in 1968. He is a graduate of the University of Florida (B.S. in Business Administration [1965]; J.D., [1968]). At New York University he earned an LL.M., in Taxation (1971). He is a Board Certified Tax Lawyer.

Mr. Daniels is a member of the notable international legal fraternity Phi Delta Phi. His other memberships include the Estate Planning Council of Greater Miami (1975); the Florida Bar (Member, Tax Section); American Bar Association (Member, Tax Section); and the Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization and Education.

Norma Jean Abraham

 

Charitable work and philanthropy have long been an Abraham family affair. A founding member of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, her father set a shining example for Norma Jean and the whole family to follow. For over the past 30 years, Norma Jean has been active in non-profit organizations including the Alonzo Mourning Charities, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Cancer Link, Children’s Home Society, Miami City Ballet, Food for Life, The Overtown Youth Center, Mother’s Voices, Children’s Village Boystown, Learning Leadership program at St. John Bosco, Special Olympics, City Year, and the Rene Moawad Foundation which promotes peace & stability in her native Lebanon.

Norma Jean has received numerous awards over the years. She has been named an Honorary Trustee by Miami Light Project, a “Woman of Valor” by Children’s Home Society, and has been specially honored by Alonzo Mourning Charities with the “Helping Hands” award at Zo’s Summer Groove. She has received Bank of America’s “Neighborhood Excellence Initiative Award” for being a local hero, and “The Ethel & W. George Kennedy Family Foundation Volunteerism Award” at The American Red Cross of Miami Dade’s Spectrum Awards for all of her continuous hands-on work in our community. She has also received Barry University’s Celebration of the Human Spirit “Laudare Medal” for extraordinary service to the community as a champion for families and children through support of education, and she was also recognized in 2011 as a Woman of Distinction and Caring by the Plaza Health Network.

To say that Norma Jean is active in the community would be an understatement. She has just wrapped up her four-year stretch as co-chair of Big Brothers Big Sisters annual “Miracle Makers” Fashion Show while continuing on to her third year as chair of Zoo Miami’s “Feast With The Beasts” event. She is on the committee of many other charitable events throughout the year, and continues to maintain her role as part of Honey Shine Mentoring Programs annual “Hat’s Off” Luncheon.

Norma Jean also sits on the Board of Directors of the Zoological Society of Florida, is a long time member of the Women’s Committee of Big Brothers Big Sisters and has served on the Board of Honey Shine Mentoring Program since its inception. She has dedicated the past nine years to helping teens and mentoring young girls. She continues to devote weeks of her time to Honey Shine Mentoring Program’s summer camp, not to mention her participation in the bi-monthly workshops! “Everyone has a purpose in life,” she adds, “I’m blessed to have found mine.” She looks forward to continuing to serve the South Florida community for years to come—with her smart, sweet, Schnauzer pup “Snugs” at her side.

Tom Malouf

 

Tom Malouf is from Jackson, Mississippi and is a former co-owner of Abraham Chevrolet in Tampa, Florida. He owns three Beef 'O' Brady's franchises, including the one in Brooksville, and built Horse Lake Plaza, where the restaurant is located. He is an active philanthropist and supports many charities including St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Best Buddies, and Camillus House.
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To Love, Honor, Respect and Empower the Lives of the Suffering, Hopeless and Forgotten.

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Our Purpose

EMPOWER LIVES AND FOSTER POSITIVE CHANGE

Anthony & Genevieve

When it comes to enhancing the quality of life, every person’s efforts matter. That’s what Anthony and Genevieve Abraham visioned when they started

"The Anthony R. Abraham Foundation"

Our Vision

PROVIDE SERVICES THAT HELP SOCIETY

Ensurance that no child is denied medical treatment due to lack of insurance.

Provide education that breaks barriers.

Guarantee research into the cure of diseases.

Help raise the quality of life of those in need.

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Who We Are

A LEGACY OF CHARITY & HOPE

Thomas Abraham Nick Daniels Tom Malouf
Nancy Bailey Norma Jean Abraham

Thomas G. Abraham

Chairman of the Board

Thomas G. Abraham is a nationally recognized business entrepreneur and civic leader. He is the son of the late Genevieve and Anthony R. Abraham.

Thomas Abraham currently serves as President/Partner in the following family enterprises: AA Miami Group, Ltd., TATM Tampa Group, Ltd., ANAB and A.R.A. Group.

While achieving national recognition as an innovator in the automotive dealer industry, Thomas Abraham is committed to continue searching out those endeavors that will help empower those that are in need.

Nancy Bailey

Chairman, Nancy Bailey & Assoc. Vice Chairman

Nancy Bailey is the niece of Anthony Abraham. In 1982, she founded Nancy Bailey & Assoc., Inc., one of the first full-service agencies specializing in the development and management of corporate brand licensing programs for Fortune 100 companies. In 2010, Nancy Bailey & Associates was acquired by Omnicom Group to form one of the most successful and innovative licensing agencies in the world.

In May 2010, Nancy was awarded the Ellis Island Medal of Honor to commemorate her outstanding achievements and dedicated leadership.

Nick Daniels

Member

Nick Daniels was admitted to the Florida bar in 1968. He is a graduate of the University of Florida (B.S. in Business Administration [1965]; J.D., [1968]). At New York University he earned an LL.M., in Taxation (1971). He is a Board Certified Tax Lawyer.

Mr. Daniels is a member of the notable international legal fraternity Phi Delta Phi. His other memberships include the Estate Planning Council of Greater Miami (1975); the Florida Bar (Member, Tax Section); American Bar Association (Member, Tax Section); and the Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization and Education.

Norma Jean Abraham

Member

Charitable work and philanthropy have long been an Abraham family affair. A founding member of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, her father set a shining example for Norma Jean and the whole family to follow. For over the past 30 years, Norma Jean has been active in non-profit organizations including the Alonzo Mourning Charities, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Cancer Link, and many many others.

Having received numerous awards for her commitment to noble causes, Norma Jean looks forward to continue serving the South Florida community for years to come.

Tom Malouf

Member

Tom Malouf is from Jackson, Mississippi and is a former co-owner of Abraham Chevrolet in Tampa, Florida. He owns three Beef 'O' Brady's franchises, including the one in Brooksville, and built Horse Lake Plaza, where the restaurant is located.

He is an active philanthropist and supports many charities including St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Best Buddies, and Camillus House.

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