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The circumstances in Afghanistan are becomingly increasingly dire, and the outlook is grim. Those fortunate enough to have been granted asylum and have made safe passage abroad are faced with an uphill battle of their own. Currently there are 2 groups that need your help:

  • the resettled refugees

  • the impoverished that are still living within Afghanistan 

As refugees are landing in their host cities across the United States and abroad, resettlement agencies are only able to offer temporary services and very limited funding for housing, foods, and basic necessities. Their resettlement funds typically last 1-2 weeks, and after this has been exhausted, there is currently no further funding available to them. The agencies receiving refugees are overwhelmed and understaffed.

In the absence of organized government and social service system within Afghanistan, the circumstances for the impoverished has progressed from a bad to worse. A significant portion of the population is currently living below the poverty level; many are homeless and living in tents. 

Your donation will provide food and resources to the impoverished within Afghanistan. For the resettled and displaced Afghans, it will help aquire groceries, find permanent housing, and acquire the basic needs and resources to assist their resettlement process. 

We have partnered with the following organizations to ensure your donations reach those who need it most. 







International Institute of Los Angeles (IILA): a non-profit organization based out of Los Angeles that has been vital for the resettlement process for Afghan refugees and asylum seekers. This organization has been offering humanitarian support since 1914, and their work for Afghans has been monumental. IILA has recently partnered with local Afghan-Americans to assist in the transitional period of newly resettle refugees. Together, they welcome their resettled asylum seekers at the airport, escorts them to their temporary housing accommodations, and provides social services for the first 2-4 weeks of their arrival. In this time, they are instrumental in the transition period for refugees as they are registered for government assistance, look for housing, and are granted employment. They have provided significant transparency in their daily operations, and have really formed a true partnership with the Afghan-American community of Southern California. Please visit their website for additional information:









Zamir Foundation: a newly established non-profit based out of Afghanistan and Europe, and soon the United States. This organization was founded in 2020 in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. As poverty and homelessness crippled the lives of thousands, the Zamir Foundation generated funds to provide food and resources to the homeless living in tents at local parks. Please visit their website for additional information:

If you have the means, please donate. Every penny counts. You'll make a direct and tangible impact in the lives of these young families and their children. 

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Donation for Afghan Humanitarian Relief 

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