Dad, mom and 6 kids moved from Syria to Jordan in 2013 and arrived to the U.S in 2016. They are in need of several household items.
The Najm Family is a large Afghan family with ten children between the ages of 4 and 19. Their lives in danger, the family fled Afghanistan where the father worked as an interpreter during the US mission, and arrived in the US in 2016. The children are all in school and the father now works a minimum wage job. Please help this wonderful family!
The Shams Family- Mom, Dad, and two young boys (ages 3 & 7) arrived to the US from Afghanistan in late September 2018. Dad previously worked as an engineer with a US Company until threats to the family forced them to flee their home, relatives and community in search of refuge in the US. Their apartment, which they are extremely grateful to have been resettled in, is completely empty, so they are in desperate need of basic household supplies and other items to begin the slow process of rebuilding their lives in America. Thank you for your kindness and generosity in helping this family to begin again as our new neighbors.
Meet the Rahimi family! Dad, mom and their three children arrived in the US from Afghanistan in late 2016. They have an eight and six year old son along with a four year old daughter. Dad is currently enrolled in college while also working as security guard to support the family. He previously worked as a translator for the the US Army while in Afghanistan. The family is in need of furniture, clothes, shoes, and technology items.
The Mokhlis family - dad, mom, and three kids - moved to the US on October 22, 2018. Dad used to work with the US army, but he got injured on the job and was under threat in Afghanistan. He's now interested in attending college to help him find a job. Their oldest son just turned 7 and started school. The family needs your help to make their new apartment a home!
This family consists of dad, mom, grandmother and 4 kids (3 girls and 1 boy). They moved to Jordan from Syria in 2011, where they waited until September 2016 when they arrived to the USA. Their daughter Halah has leukemia and will be in the hospital for at least 6 months. The Chromebook will allow her to do homework from the hospital and the gift cards will help with other needs. This family has been through a lot—please help and support this family.
Meet the Altleis family: Mom, Dad, 4-year-old son, 2-year-old daughter, and newborn baby girl (just born February 4!). This brave family has been seeking safety and stability for over 5 years, having first moved to Jordan for almost 4 years until the United Nation's High Commissioner for Refugees helped them to come to the USA on January 12, 2017. Please help and support this family.
The Ayan family are a young couple from Afghanistan with two beautiful children (a 4 year old daughter and a 1 year old son). The father drives uber while the mother stays home with the children. They need a few household items, especially children's beds as the kids are sleeping on the floor. Thank you for your help!
The Alkhateeb family consists of Mom, Dad, Grandma, three daughters aged 3, 5 and 14 and a 3 month old baby. The family left their home in Syria after the Army started taking members of their family, including their uncle. They moved to Jordan in 2012 and arrived in America in 2016. Please help support this family!
Family with with 2 toddlers, 4yr old girl and 5yr old boy arrived in U.S. in December 2017 and settled in Sacramento. Both parents have their Bachelor degrees in English. Dad was arrested by the Taliban during his job while working for U.S. company causing them to flee their country. Dad is looking for work and family need household items.
Meet the Wardak Family: Mom, Dad, their 1-year-old son, and their newborn daughter. Back in Afghanistan, Mom and Dad both attended university and earned bachelor's degrees in Economics. After graduation, Dad worked with U.S. companies and the United Nations. They endured the journey from home to here when Mom was nine months pregnant and their son was only 15 months old. Their brother is generously hosting them until they can get an apartment. The Wardaks need beds for all and supplies for their infant baby girl.