Afghanistan Humanitarian Aid
Support humanitarian efforts on the ground in Afghanistan and across the globe for Afghan refugees.
Donation split evenly between 11 charities:
Your donation is made to Every.org, a tax-exempt US 501(c)(3) charity that grants funds to these 11 charities on your behalf, without taking any cut of the donation.
International Rescue CommitteeNew York, NY
Instability in Afghanistan is putting the lives of thousands of civilians at risk. The IRC has worked in Afghanistan through three decades of crisis, providing millions of people with shelter, education, clean water, health support and other aid, and we will stay as long as we are needed.
Women for Afghan WomenNew York, NY
Right now, the devastating crisis in Afghanistan has forced nearly 400,000 Afghans—including thousands of our clients, staff, and their families—to flee their homes, towns, and provinces seeking safer refuge. Women for Afghan Women (WAW) is heartbroken at the speed and extent to which the violence and escalating conflict in Afghanistan has threatened the innocent lives of millions and displaced hundreds of thousands. But we are determined to employ every resource we have to meet the needs of the emergency currently engulfing Afghanistan and its people. WAW is a majority Afghan and Muslim organization. But, today, we are ALL Afghans.
Save the ChildrenFairfield, CT
Children in Afghanistan are being killed, injured and forced to flee their homes as violence escalates throughout the country. Save the Children remains dedicated to the Afghan people and committed to stay and deliver life-saving services.
International Refugee Assistance Project: IRAPNew York, NY
IRAP believes that everyone should have a safe place to live and a safe way to get there. We are mobilizing our community to get as many U.S. allies and other vulnerable Afghans to safety as possible. We organize law students and lawyers to develop and enforce a set of legal and human rights for refugees and displaced persons. Mobilizing direct legal aid, litigation, and systemic advocacy.
USA for UNHCRWashington, DC
We save lives and protect the rights of refugees, asylum-seekers, stateless people, and all who are forced to flee. This latest wave of violence is another blow for Afghans, who have suffered more than 40 years of conflict, natural disasters, chronic poverty and food insecurity. The resilience of refugees, the internally displaced and host communities is being stretched to the absolute limit. Support is urgently needed.
Preemptive Love CoalitionNew York, NY
We exist to end war. To heal all that is tearing us apart. We’re a coalition of peacemakers working together to unmake violence. We are first in with emergency aid on the frontlines of conflict and disaster, deeper than others are willing to go. We are last to leave, staying until we turn the corner from relief to development, investing in locals who create long-term impact.
No One Left BehindMerrifield, VA
No One Left Behind is a community organization dedicated to ensuring that the United States keeps its promise to care for those who jeopardized their safety. Afghan interpreters are promised that if they give the United States military two good years of faithful and valuable service, they and their families will get visas to come to the United States. Our organization is dedicated to ensuring the visa programs for these brave men and women operate as efficiently as possible and continue to exist.
Central Asia InstituteBozeman, MT
In Afghanistan, children make up nearly 60% of those forced to flee conflict in recent months. Many of them have been exposed to violence and lack access to sufficient food, water, healthcare, and shelter. A tarp over their heads, a warm, dry place to sleep, clean water, and small things like blankets, books, and toys offer comfort and familiarity amidst complete chaos. To support displaced families, CAI is working to provide basic living essentials as well as much-needed educational supplies for children.
School of Leadership, AfghanistanBoston, MA
The School of Leadership, Afghanistan (SOLA) is an Afghan-led private boarding school for girls, the first of its kind in the nation. We completed the departure from Kabul of nearly 250 students, faculty, staff, and family members to the nation of Rwanda where we intend to begin a semester abroad for our entire student body. SOLA is resettling, but our resettlement is not permanent. A semester abroad isn't exactly what we were planning. When circumstances on the ground permit, we hope to return home to Afghanistan.
Emergency USANew York, NY
EMERGENCY runs two major hospitals in Afghanistan’s Panjshir Valley: the Anabah Maternity Centre, and the Surgical & Paediatric Centre - providing free, high-quality healthcare to people living in the province and beyond. In the midst of such a difficult and delicate situation, our work in Anabah continues, as it does across Afghanistan.
Afghanaid is a British humanitarian and development organisation who has worked with millions of families in some of the poorest and most remote communities in Afghanistan since 1983.
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