The Niazi family are from Afghanistan and currently live in Westminster, CA in a one bedroom apartment. Dad has a business degree and has more than 7 years working experience with different USAID projects. His English is excellent. They have been here less than a month and are in need of many essential items. They secured an apartment but have no beds or blankets for the children. The father is working on getting his license so he can drive the children to school. Please show this family a warm welcome.
The Trad family are originally from Syria. Dad, Mom and their three sons and daughter moved to Egypt in 2012 after their neighbors house was destroyed in an explosion. Afraid their home would be next, the family stayed in Egypt for safety until making their way to the US. Their current apartment is difficult for them to afford ($2250 monthly). The father is currently seeking employment. The Trad family really needs your help with rent and other household essentials.
This family of 7 moved from Homs, Syria by walking across the border to Jordan after their home was destroyed. They stayed for a month at the Alemarat Camp, then moved to Irbed before coming to the US. The dad lost his brother in Syria, and the mom doesn't know if her own brother is alive. They have a 10 year old daughter with cleft palate, and no health insurance. Please help and support this family.
This Syrian family of 5 arrived in San Diego County in August of 2016. The mother and 3 boys fled Syria in 2013 after the Syrian government tried to take their oldest son into their army. The mother and sons, who are now 22, 20 and 13 survived in Jordan until the father was able to reunite with the family in Jordan one month before leaving for Californiia. They are grateful to be together again and begin a new life. The family is in need of clothing and basic household items. Both of the older boys wear the same sizes and all 3 men wear size 9 shoes. The family needs help in obtaining a car as they are far from the boys' schools and transporation is problem. Your generosity is deeply appreciated!
This Afghan couple arrived on May 4, 2017. They stayed in a volunteer house for a couple of months before finding the apartment they currently live in. Both are educated and searching for employment. They have virtually nothing, so please help them furnish their new apartment with these essential items.
This Iraqi family is a special case. In March 2014 while living in the city of Al-Adhamiya, there was a large explosion which killed their oldest daughter and the remaining family was left gravely wounded. Dad, Mom and their younger daughter have had many surgeries. They moved to Turkey in July 2014 and they waited there until they arrived to the US in September 2016. This family needs urgent help with rent, household items, and clothing. Please help and support the family. The mom is interested in catering Iraqi food for parties and would love employment.
The Amin family arrived in the US on January 20th, 2017. They have 5 children ranging from 11-19 years old. Before coming to the US, they lived in Pakistan for 7 years where the boys were weaving carpets and dad was selling fruits on the street. The kids are now in school and dad is jobless, and they are not able to afford living costs, including the rent of their apartment which is $1500 per month (they are short $500 a month until the dad can find employment). Please show this struggling family your generosity.
This Iraqi family is made up of Dad, Mom, 3 boys and 1 girl. They had a very hard time in Iraq and lost their home. While the father was looking for a safe place for the family he applied through the IOM and they accepted his case. They left Iraq in September 2016 and arrived in America the next day. They now live in Westminster and need these essentials for their home.
The Alikhail family arrived mid 2016 with two boys ages 6 and 5. Dad previously worked with the US army corps of engineering in diferent provinces in Afghanistan for more than 5 years. Here in the US, he offers help in his free time to families, giving them rides to their appointments, or enrolling kids in school and he is interested in helping Miry's list families as well. This kind-hearted family needs some essentials for their home.
This Afghan family arrived June 2017 with two little boys ages 6 and 3, and for the first two weeks they stayed in a motel before moving into an apartment. Both Mom and Dad have a bachelor degree in Economics and worked with USAID projects. They need household essentials while they look for employment.
The Sadat family has 4 boys ages 14, 13, 10 and 2.5 years old. They arrived late 2016 and resettled in CA. Currently, all 6 of them live in a one bedroom apartment. Dad is an Engineer and served for many years with the US troops in Afghanistan. The three older boys are in school and they need school supplies. Because the dad is currently in college, they can't afford their rent of the apartment and as well as other living costs. They need your love and support especially with school supplies, a laptop, and tablets for the kids and a sewing machine for mom.
Family of 9 live in one- bedroom apartment! Can you imagine how hard is it living 9 people in a one bedroom apartment? Especially in such small space in hot Southern California weather? Have you ever thought of sleeping on the floor without a bed due to lack of space? The responses to all the questions above is experienced in real life of Afghan family of 9 left their homeland mid July 2017 and resettled in a one bedroom apartment with no bed, or bedding sheets. Although they have need household essentials, but still due to lack of space can't request it at the the time. They have only 4 mattresses. Dad of the family is actively searching for employment, the kids are in school, and mom is taking care of their needs. They need to find a larger but affordable apartment, even though they can’t afford their current apartment rent. They need your warm welcome.
This Afghan family of five arrived on March 3, 2017 and currently live in CA. Mother and father have three kids ages 12, 10 and 7. Dad previously worked as translator under direct supervision of the US army corps of engineers in many remote areas in Afghanistan until he was targeted by insurgents and recieved warning by the Taliban to cease assisting with US troops otherwise he will be killed. Please help welcome this family.
Mustafa Rahimi is an Afghan family with two girls, 11 and 9 years old and two boys 8 and 3 years old. They left their homeland to the States on June 9, 2017 and currently live in a one bedroom apartment in CA. Mom has a high school diploma, and dad previously worked as maintenance mechanic in USAID funded projects in Afghanistan. His receptive English is quite good and he needs employment in the Garden Grove or Fountain Valley area. He is very skilled and can work on any kind of machinery. Their monthly rent is $1700 and mostly income is only at $800 presently. They need your help and support to get their household supplies for their empty apartment.
The Khaled family arrived in the Inland Empire in July of 2016. This young couple made their way to Jordan after the husband was shot in the chest by the Syrian army. The time spent in Jordan was very difficult. He has had many surgeries and will be needing another. His medical needs make him unable to work during this coming year. They have a 18 month old daughter and could use a lot of help. Everyday necessities are hard to come by. The family is thankful for your support. They are also in need of a car.
Sabawoon Afghan is a young and educated family from Afghanistan with a 4.5 year old daughter. They left Afghanistan to come to the States in June 2017. The yare currently living in an empty apartment in Southern California. The mom is 9 months pregnant and is due in mid July! Dad is an Electric Engineer and he is interested in working in the Solar industry. He made the first solar and electrical car in Afghanistan! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S4qNmBtiohE . Let's welcome this family, get them off the floor and show them we care. Basic items are considered urgent.
This large Afghan family arrived early 2017. Mom, Dad with 3 boys ages 19, 17 and 10 years old and 3 girls ages 15, 13 and 8 years old live in Southern CA. The two young boys are very good football players and also great in school. Mom and Dad are taking English courses but do not have employment yet. Mom is a good cook and tailor. This family needs your love and support.