Arabzai Family

Arabzai Family

Family of six (mom; dad; four children ages 2, 6, 7, 8) arrived from Afghanistan on March 27, 2017. The father is a BBA holder and was working with the US army in Afghanistan.  He speaks English and is looking for employment. Their empty apartment needs to be furnished and they are in need of basic household items.

Obaid Family

Obaid Family

Afghan family of seven (mom; dad; four girls ages 2, 7, 8, 10; one boy age 11) who arrived February 15 2017.  This large family is currently living together in a two bedroom apartment. Dad previously worked with the US Army in Afghanistan, can speak English and he is now looking for employment.

Sarwari Family

Sarwari Family

This Afghan family of eight (mom; dad; six boys ages 2.5, 7, 11, 13, 17) arrived on December 28, 2015. Dad worked with a USAID-funded project, but had an accident on the job and despite surgery, still needs more treatment and as a reult is unable to work.

Khairkhwah Family

Khairkhwah Family

Thisfamily of five arrived from Afghanistan on March 27, 2017 with three daughters ages 5, 10 and 11. Dad has a BBA and was working in Afghanistan in HR with different organizations. Their empty apartment needs many essential items.

Al Bachan Family

Al Bachan Family

This loving family of eight (mom; dad; girls ages 2, 16 and 16; boys age 18 and 20) had to leave Syria to flee the ongoing civil war, making their way to a Jordanian refugee camp in 2011, where they subsisted until they moved to Southern California in January, 2017 with the help of the UN. They need household goods, clothing, and other necessities.

Khairzad Family

Khairzad Family

This family of four (mom, dad, two sons age two-and-a-half and six) arrived from Afghanistan in December, 2016. Dad speaks English very well, as he worked in HR and finance in Afghanistan on USAID funded projects. 

Alziope Family

Alziope Family

Syrian Family of six including an eight-year-old boy, pictured here in the middle, who has been diagnosed with a severe case of Osteogenesis Imperfecta, a rare genetic disorder that causes brittle bones and stunted growth. Mom is young, in her mid twenties, and she is an INCREDIBLE cook who bakes delicious cakes.

Alawad Family

Alawad Family

This family of seven (children ages 4, 8, 9, 11 and 13) fled Homs, Syria in 2012, walking by foot to Jordan with their five children, including their three week old baby. They spent four years there, the first two months in a refugee camp under terrible conditions, before moving to the city. Dad makes best falafel ever.

Mohammad Ketab Family

Mohammad Ketab Family

The Mohammad Katab family moved to Jordan from Syria in 2012, and then landed in the US in August, 2016 with the help of the UNHCR. The father needs a car so he can start working with Uber and the family can be independent once more, and they need all household essentials.

Al Mustafa Family

Al Mustafa Family

This Syrian family of seven (mom; dad; four daughters and one son ages 5, 12, 16, 19 and 21) arrived in the US just two days before the original executive order banning Muslims. New household supplies and essentials needed.

Younes Family

Younes Family

This family moved from Syria to Kurdistan, Iraq in 2013, and arrived in the US in November, 2016, with five children. Dalan, one of their sons is a talented musician despite being blind and his dream is to have his own keyboard.

Al Kafri Family

Al Kafri Family

This family of four (mom, dad, five-year-old boy and six-year-old girl) left Syria in 2013 with their two young children and the UNHCR subsequently helped them come to the US in 2016. They need clothing and household supplies.