Afghans4Tomorrow, Inc. (“A4T”), is a registered non-profit, non-political, humanitarian organization dedicated to the development and capacity building of Afghanistan. A4T is also a registered nonprofit with the Afghan Ministry of Economics. Our concentration is in improving the capacity of those we serve in our education, agriculture and health programs to become self sufficient and contribute to the economy of their families and country.
URGENT NEED – DONATE NOW TO HELP WITH THE CRISIS IN AFGHANISTAN
Afghans4Tomorrow is situated to respond quickly to help the most needy Afghan families faced with the hard winter months ahead. There are extreme shortages of money, food and fuel for heat. We have registered with the new government and are partnering with the World Food Program to purchase and distribute food in Kabul and surrounding rural areas. We have a very brave and active staff in Kabul working diligently to meet the immediate needs of the people as they can.
A4T continues to support girls education. We have had numerous requests for funding to keep these schools open. Your help is greatly appreciated.
Who we are
Afghans4Tomorrow consists of professionals from many countries who will be held to the highest of moral and professional standards. We will use our education, knowledge and expertise to build a better Afghanistan and build a better tomorrow for Afghans.
Tax-deductible donations may be made to our 501(c)(3) organization online or by check on our ‘Donate to Afghans4Tomorrow‘ page.
Note: A4T is grieving the loss of our friend and long-time board member, Asma Eschen, and has established a fund for donations made in her memory: “Asma’s Project”.
We have committed ourselves to this organization and to each other, with one goal, with one mission: Making a difference in the lives of every Afghan we serve.
We are an all-volunteer service organization in the US. 100% of your donation goes directly to Afghanistan (minus transfer fees).
A4T is an all-volunteer organization. A4T’s board and volunteers dedicate their time actively in the development and capacity building of Afghanistan. We are teachers, program directors, doctors, entrepreneurs and many other professions – with a sincere interest in helping Afghanistan. Countless hours of work from our volunteers is what makes our organization unique and efficient.
“If you educate a girl, you educate a nation.”
Dr. Helene Gayle, CARE CEO