Khalil Sayegh is a volunteer for International Humanitarian Care (IHC). He joined the organization in 2018. Khalil is a retired business owner and a philanthropist. His family emigrated to the United States of America from Lebanon in 1977. He attended San Francisco State University and majored in Mechanical Engineering. He established an auto shop business with his father in San Francisco where he worked in the family business for over thirty years.
Khalil has since retired and is very active in the Solano community volunteer work. He is a member of Saint Timothy Orthodox Church and a parish council member. He leads the Men’s fellowship team. For three consecutive years, Khalil has lead fund raisers for the St. Timothy Orthodox Church such as annual Crab feed, Christmas party, BBQ events and currently working with a large team on a church food festival for 2019.
Khalil is also active in helping the elderly in the Solano community. He participates in Food drives, ride shares and local fund raising. Khalil’s a dedication to his family and community is a great fit for making IHC and what it stands for a great success.
What Drives Us
International Humanitarian Care is a national and international humanitarian organization whose mission is to relieve the suffering of those in need, and create a better world for all.