Yousofzai Family

Yousofzai Family

The Yousofzai Family are from Afghanistan where they helped Afghan women and girls have access to education. While in Afghanistan they worked closely with American troops and were finally granted refugee status last year. They have come to America seeking a better life but they have had to start from scratch. The husband has a job and the wife prepares the home while they are happily expecting their 1st baby, in May! Won’t you help shower them with love! Thank you.

 

Sefat Family

Sefat Family

This young couple from Afghanistan arrived on Jan 17 and stayed in motel a few weeks, then moved to their rental apartment. They both have college degrees, the husband has an extensive work background with national and international organizations.  Due to threats on their lives they left Afghanistan. They have nothing in their apartment, and their urgent needs are a bike, refrigerator and TV.

Shansab Family

Shansab Family

This family of 7 from Afghanistan immigrated through SIV arrived on Dec 12 2017.  They had to pay for their air travel which depleted their savings. Both parents have college degrees.  The dad worked with the US army for several years but due to security reasons they had to leave the country.  Please help them feel safe and secure here.  The kids are currently sleeping on the floor, and they have no kitchen items to cook with.  

Anonymous Family

Anonymous Family

This young couple with twin boys and a baby boy left Afghanistan late August 2017 and settled in Northern CA. Dad has a bachelor degree in Buisness Adminstration and worked in multiple USAID projects in Afghanistan. He speaks multiple languages including English. He is willing to start his higher education here and work in order to afford his living cost here.  Right now their urgent need is beds and bedding for all, warm clothes and shoes for kids and they need a car if anyone can donate one.  Your generosity is much appreciated by this loving family.

Miri Family

Miri Family

The Miri family is from Afghanistan and arrived in December 2017. They have two girls (six and four) and one 5-month-old boy. The father worked for 7 years in Information Technology and the mother graduated from high school in their country. They are new here and need all the household items which a new home needs. Please don't let them feel alone and lost.

Amiry Family

Amiry Family

The Amiry family arrived in Ohio in November 2017. Two weeks later, Mr. Amiry was traumatized and depressed and had to be hospitalized. His wife and the three-year-old boy stayed with relatives for a while until they could find their own apartment. Mr. Amiry worked in various USAID funded projects to support the US mission in Afghanistan. Because of his involvement with the US he was intimidated and threatened, forcing him to leave the country. They need your support to survive. Winter clothes are urgently needed.

Rauf Family

Rauf Family

This family of four arrived from Afghanistan in November 2017. The mother and father with a boy and girl (ages 8 and 6) settled in Ohio. The father is sick and can't work. The mother is seeking a job. She speaks good English and has great work experience background. She worked with USAID-funded projects for more than 7 years. Their home is empty and they need your love and support. Please help them not to feel alone here.

Alamy Family

Alamy Family

This young couple with a three-year-old son arrived on September 31, 2017 in California. Mom gave birth to a baby boy in early December. Dad has a bachelor of business administration degree and worked with USAID for 7 years; he is trying to get a job but due to long travel distances he is seeking financial help to buy a car or receive a car donation. Please welcome them with your love and support, especially the new baby boy!

Usmani Family

Usmani Family

This Afghan family of 5 arrived on June 1st 2017.  They have three kids ages 10, 8 and 3.5 years old.  Both the mother and father were educated in Afghanistan and dad has 15 years experience with USAID projects as procurement administrator.  They left Afghanistan after receiving numerous death threats.  The dad is willing and eager to find immediate work here in the US.