Algalyyn Family

Algalyyn Family

Iraqi family of seven: mom, dad, three sons and two daughters ages 11 to 22. They fled from Iraq in 2006, applied for refugee status through the UNHCR, and in December 2016 finally arrived in the US, resettling in Southern California.

Alnassar Family

Alnassar Family

This very large Syrian family of nine moved to Jordan in 2013, where they applied to come to the US through the UNHCR, arriving in the US in August, 2016. One of the children has special needs, and none of the family members can speak English yet, making work very difficult to find, so this family needs your help and support.

Sadat Family

Sadat Family

This Afghan family of three - mom, dad and a 19-month-old baby boy - arrived in US on February 23, 2016 and recently moved to a new apartment, so they need all household essentials. Dad speaks both English and Farsi and is seeking a job.

Al Barry Family

Al Barry Family

Syrian family of six (mom, dad, four children ages 2, 7, 9, and 11) fled their home in 2013 and went to Jordan, living in a refugee camp where they applied for refugee status with the UNHCR and eventually made it to the US. Mom and dad have serious health problems and it causes a lot of stress for the family.

Mohammad Family

Mohammad Family

Syrian family of five with a newborn!  Mom, dad, twin boys age 7, and an 8-year-old daughter. They left Syria in 2012, staying in Jordan for four years until being awarded resettlement in the US and arriving to Southern California in August, 2016. They need help with clothes, household items and personal care supplies.

Helal Family

Helal Family

Large Syrian family with 6 children ages 8, 8, 11, 13, 14 and 17. Mom has a disability that limits the use of her legs. They left Syria in September, 2013 for Jordan, and arrived in the US in October, 2016.

Noorzad Family

Noorzad Family

Afghan Family of five (mom, dad, three children ages 6, 8 and 9) arrived on March 14, 2017. Dad was previously working as an engineer in Afghanistan, he speaks English very well and is now seeking employment. They need household essentials and clothing for the children to help them make their home together.

Hanifi Family

Hanifi Family

Syrian family of six (mom, dad, two boys and two girls) arrived just wo days before the first Muslim ban. The family had to flea from Halab, Syria to Istanbul, Turkey after their house was completely destroyed. In Istanbul, the older boys had to work to support the family financially and the girls were not able to attend school. They arrived here hoping for a brighter future.

Al Zin Family

Al Zin Family

Mom, dad, and five children ages 5, 9, 12, 14 and 16 moved from Syria to Jordan in 2013, and finally arrived in the US in August, 2016 where they are rebuilding their life and need household items, clothing and shoes.

Shajir Family

Shajir Family

This young couple with a baby arrived from Afghanistan on January 1, 2017, just days before the first executive order banning Muslims. Dad worked with the US Army for four years in Afghanistan and is an accomplished journalist and writer. 

Roumia Family

Roumia Family

Mom, dad and five (!) girls left Homs, Syria for Damascus in 2012, where they stayed for two months before leaving for Dara on the border of Jordan. They made it across the border to Jordan traveling on foot, staying in camp for 10 days before making it to Aman. They arrived in the US in October, 2016.

Al Hazah Family

Al Hazah Family

This Syrian family of four (mom, dad, two children) left Homs in 2012 for Jordan, where they applied for refugee status through the UNHCR. They arrived in San Diego in August, 2016.

Al Halak Family

Al Halak Family

Mom, dad and four children (two boys and two girls ranging in age from 4 to 18) left Syria for Egypt in 2012, where they lived for four years before making their way to the US. Dad was a professional carpenter in Syria.