Local Afghan Refugees
Need Your Help
Georgia has welcomed more than 2,000 Afghans after they fled the violence unleashed by the Taliban. Many were members of the US-backed government or translators for the US military. All were allies of the US mission. They left everything behind and desperately need support. YOU can help them join our community and pursue their American Dream.
"Give me your tired, your poor,
Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free..."
About the Afghan American Alliance of Georgia
The Afghan American Alliance of Georgia is a newly created non-profit organization that supports Afghan refugees as they begin their new lives in the United States. We work in partnership with resettlement agencies to welcome Afghans joining our community, orient them to life in the United States, and help them establish long-term self-sufficiency. While the impetus for our formation was to serve our allies from the United States' mission in Afghanistan, we gladly serve all new Afghan families.
How Can You Help These New Georgians?
The AAAGA provides direct aid to Afghan refugee families to help them get on their feet and assists them in navigating their new lives in the United States (our education system, job market, customs). It also supports them in establishing long-term self-sufficiency and independence, something they value immensely in their culture. By volunteering your time, partnering with a family, or donating, you can help them begin pursuing their American Dream.
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