Adopt an Afghan Family

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Raised

Donations

$5,000

Goal

Thank you for adopting an Afghan Family!!  We hope to raise $5000 a month towards this goal to feed over 20 families in need.   Your direct support of A family means we are so much closer to that goal!


Some information on the families (names changed or abbreviated for security) currently in need:


Mohammad S.

 11 individuals, 7 are children ranging in age from 3 to 18

 Currently surviving on bread and wild fruits


Matin K.

 10 individuals, 5 are children ranging in age from 8 to 19

 Currently surviving on bread and wild fruits


 Ehsan S.

3 individuals, 1 child aged 11

Currently surviving on bread and wild fruits


 



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To the right is a sample of the food

 available in the wild.


 


Wild Fruit - Survival



 



These families need your help.

Thank you for supporting our cause!


 Mohammad N.

8 individuals, 4 are children ranging in age from 10 to 18
Currently surviving on bread and wild fruits


Aghajan
7 individuals, 5 are children ranging in age from 2 to 8
Currently surviving on bread and wild fruits


Wazir A.

6 individuals, 2 are children ranging in age from 9 to 13
Currently surviving on bread and wild fruits









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