The Stanikzai family is an Afghan family with four young children. They arrived on August 31st 2017. The dad has a bachelor degree in agriculture as well as 10 years of working experience with different USAID projects. They urgently need to furnish their completely empty apartment while they begin to rebuild and dad finds employment. Items they need now include beds for the whole family, diapers, and basic kitchen cookware.
This family of 3 from Afghanistan just arrived in August. They have a 5 year old son. Mr. Stanikzai has a bachelor degree from Afghanistan, as well as a strong professional background with USAID funded projects in different positons. Like many USAID new arrivals, he speaks English and is ready to find work. They are currently living in an unfurnished apartment and need many essentials.
The Al Bazazi family are originally from Syria. They have two sons and one daughter. They left Syria and moved to Jordan in 2012 after family members went missing or were killed. It was difficult for them living in Jordan. They moved to the US in August 2016. This family is in urgent need of clothing, shoes, and help finding employment.
The Meraj family of 3 is from Afghanistan. They have a 2 year old son. The dad has a master's degree from India and he is a volunteer list maker with Miry's List! They just moved into a new apartment, and need the following items urgently: bed frames, mattress, bedding, pillows, kitchen items, and cleaning supplies. Please show this family a warm welcome.
J. Sediqi, his wife, and 4 year old daughter are recent refugees from Afghanistan who moved to LA January 2017. While working as a translator with the US Military and USAID, their safety became seriously compromised and they had to leave Afghanistan. After three and half years of vetting, Sediqi and his family were finally granted visas to live in the US at the end of 2016 and they flew to LA in January 2017. Because the cost of living is so high in LA, the Sediqis are moving to Ohio to be closer to a refugee community there.
The Amanyar family have a darling 3 year old son. They arrived in the US in April 2017. They both have a college degree and previously worked with USAID funded projects in Afghanistan, Mr. Amanyar is currently working part time, but they don't have enough income to cover their rent and other living expenses.
This Syrian family has four children: 1 boy and 3 girls. In 2012, their home in Syria was completely destroyed, so they moved to Jordan and stayed in a refugee camp for one month, then lived in the city of Jordan for the next 4 years until they came to the US. The father needs help with finding a job and a vehicle. This family needs a lot of help getting resettled.
The Mir Stanikzai Family left Afghanistan in June 2017. They have two daughters ages 9 and 5 and one son who is 2. Dad has a degree from Kabul Poly Tech University and was an Engineer with different USAID projects. They are now living in a bare apartment and need many essentials. Please show this family a warm welcome.
This family arrived in July 2017 and settled in Virginia. Dad has a Bachelor's degree in management and also has a certification in finance management and accounting. He has 16 years of experience working with USAID, the US military and UN funded projects. He spent many years in diferent provinces of Afghanistan especially in dangerous ones like Kandahar, Helmand, Ghazni and Kunar. This family needs a warm welcome to the United States after serving our country overseas.
The Al Bazi are an Iraqi Christian family. Dad, Mom and their three children waited 8 years to come to the US and finally arrived in September 2016. In Iraq, they were targeted numerous times by ISIS, directly affecting their neighborhood and the kid's school. The mom had to stop going to work out of fear to walk in the streets. The husband has medical issues with his back and knees, he will need a double knee replacement. Their son turns 18 soon and needs help obtaining his driver's license. Please help this family with their new beginning here in the US.
Ms Gorgees is a single Iraqi mother of two. She has been divorced for many years and has financial problems due to lack of child support or any other financial support. Her son would love a PlayStation, and her daughter would like to have a tablet, but she can't even afford basic items. Please help and support this family.
The Saleh family are originally from Syria. They have 5 children and moved to the US from Egypt in 2015. Like many recent arrivals, they have struggled to settle and rebuild. The father is working hard to learn English, but has not yet found steady employment. The family is in a hard situation emotionally and financially, any help will be much appreciated.
This young Afghani husband and wife live in an empty apartment since their arrival in June 2017. Dad previously worked for USAID projects in Kabul for 11 years with Dyncorp International. He is searching for work and his wife is learning English so they can work toward succeeding with their new life in the US. They need all the household essentials for their empty home which are listed here.
The Haidar family have three young children. They left Syria in 2012 and moved to Andonaegui where they stayed until arriving in the US in March of 2016. The father is unemployed and seeking work to support their family. Their son asked that we use this picture of him and a local police officer for their profile picture. Meanwhile they need much love and support.
The Yari family are originally from Iran. They have two sons age 32 and 21, and a 15 year old daughter. They left their homeland three years ago and lived in Turkey until they found passage to the US in February 2017. Dad and the boys were landscapers in Iran, and are now seeking work here. They are currently unable to afford their apartment and need help paying their rent.