The Zamani Family arrived from Afghanistan on July 12, 2017. They lived for almost a year in a one bedroom apartment before recently making the transition to a new apartment in LA. Before coming to the US, Dad had served the US military and Mom was a homemaker. Now settled in California, Dad is working while Mom is staying home to take care of the little ones. With the older children in school and not yet able to work, the family is currently in need of help to meet their basic needs.
Hammada family is a Syrian family of 6 (Mom and Dad, 2 boys and 2 girls) and are expecting a baby girl early August 2019.. The family had to leave their home behind and move to Jordan in 2013. In 2017 they moved to the US through UNHCR. Please help make them feel safe and at home by purchasing some of the items they need.
The AIMoqaddam Family bring a mom, dad, and five boys (ages 8-21) to the west coast. They came to the USA from Syria and Jordan and were originally settled in Michigan. The father is sick and cannot work and this family could use any help you can give. Lets help this family create a wonderful new life here in the states.
The Chakari family is a young family with 3 kids (2 sons ages 5 and 7 and a daughter turning 2 soon) that arrived from Afghanistan to the U.S in February 2017 and relocated to California in May 2019. Dad used to work with the U.S Army in Afghanistan. The family's apartment is empty and need all the help to fill their apartment.
Rajabi family consist of mom, dad with four children ages 10,9, 8 and a newborn boy born in June 2019! Dad used to work in USAID projects in Afghanistan and got injured at work. Mom is currently taking English classes. The family is in need of basic household items and furniture, shool supplies and baby items.
The Nasratyar family arrived New York in early 2018. They have six children -- five sons and one daughter-- and all are currently attending school. Mom and Dad are learning English. The family has been unable to move due to the cost and are still in need of many household items. They are working hard but struggle with living costs. Thier youngest child, the daughter, loves the colors pink and purple and wants to be a doctor when she grows up! Please help this wonderful family!
The Shirzai Family has six children from the ages of 6 to 25. They arrived in the U.S. from Afghanistan in late 2017 and are still trying to find solid ground in our country. Despite being in the U.S. for almost 2 years, the family does not have a car, are in need of many basic household items and are struggling to pay bills and rent. The youngest son loves to play soccer and wants to play professionaly when he grows up :) Please help this deserving family.
The Wardak family arrived from Georgia to California late June 2019 and currently living in an empty apartment. The family is originally from Afghanistan. Wardak family is made up of dad, mom (pregnant and due in September), 9 yr old and 12 yr old sons. The family lived in Georgia for 2 years and decided to move to Los Angeles in June 2019. Dad worked for a U.S company in Afghanistan for more than 15 years and is trying to look for a job in Los Angeles. Let's help welcome this family to LA with open arms! It would be great if they can get help with beds and mattresses, especially since the mother is pregnant.
The Emani family arrived to Sacramento from Afghanistan in April 2018. The family consist of two children, a 6 year old son and a 4 year old daughter. Dad used to work as translator back hom and currently he works as security guard here, but the income is not enought to purchase household items and fullfil their needs. They need your warm welcoming gifts.
The AlSmadi family arrived from Syria and resettled in California. Like many refugee families grandparents are important and kept close. For that AlSmadi family that means 7 people living together, mom, dad, 2 daughters (ages 9 and 11), 1 son (age 9) and the grandparents. The twins rely on a wheelchair. Due to their disability the family requires additional help. Luckily you, the Miry's List community have big hearts and love a challenge. This wish list contains basic household and personal supplies that will allow this loving family to continue their path to a safe and happy home in America. Thank you for your generous gifts of items, time, and money.
We’re excited to introduce you to the Hamidi Family and welcome them from Afghanistan to the United States! They arrived in June 2018 but are still in need of living essentials like beds, basic furniture, kitchen supplies and clothing. They are a big family with 7 children — 5 sons and 2 daughters— with ages ranging from 2 to 16. The five who are school age are attending school and need a laptop and a tablet to do their homework. Dad worked as a carpenter for US based companies including the military and World Aid Organizations in Afghanistan and Mom has expertise as a seamstress and cook. They are all happy to be settling into their life in America but are struggling with their acclimatizing to the culture. Thank you for helping them to make their transition into their new life and home in the US with comfort and love.