Newborn/Expecting

Amanyar Family

Amanyar Family

Amanyar family includes a mom, dad and a 4 year old boy who arrived April 2017. Mom and dad both are bachelor degree holders and both worked with USAID funded projects in Afghanistan, Although dad has a job with couple hours per day but still they can't afford please help them get their urgent items needed stuffs listed below for their baby boy who will be born in May 2019.

Mokhlis Family

Mokhlis Family

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!

Zamani Family

Zamani Family

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.

Altleis Family

Altleis 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.

Ayan Family

Ayan 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!