Starting with its founder Mrs. Mounira El Solh, Al Amal Institute for the Disabled has earned many Awards throughout the years:
- The Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Mother's Leadership award 2000-2005, awarded to Mrs. Mounira El Solh for her outstanding leadership and for founding Al Amal Institute inspired by her eldest son with disabilities, Selim.
- The Arab Woman Award 2002, awarded to Mrs. Mounira El Solh by the Hariri Foundation in 2002 for her achievements and founding of Al Amal Institute for the Disabled, for the courage and generosity, and for the contribution the organization made in the enrichment of Lebanon's history.
- The National Order of the Cedar Award August 2000, Lebanon's highest and most prestigious decoration, awarded by the President of the Lebanese Republic to Mrs. Mounira El Solh and to Al Amal Institute for its pioneering work in the social domain.
- The Gold Award, awarded by the President of the Lebanese Republic in 1995.
- The Public Health Medal Award, awarded by the President of the Lebanese Republic in October 1974 for Mrs. Mounira El Solh and Al Amal Institute's humanitarian and social services rendered to children with special needs.
- Special Distinction Award 1972, awarded by Rehabilitation International to Mrs. Mounira El Solh and Al Amal Institute for their exceptional services to disabled people.
- And numerous other awards and distinctions from Lebanese foundations and other Arab countries, including the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait.