Please make a donation today and provide a farmer like Aliha with the skills, knowledge and tools they need to ensure their families thrive. Support a farmer today and become part of a lasting solution for a more resilient future.
From grassroots activism to worldwide action, we’re in the midst of an exciting period of history where the world expects balance, everywhere. There’s never been a better time to raise your voice for gender equality. Empower a woman today to transform tomorrow!
Provide life-saving assistance to drought-hit Afghans in desperate need of your help.
Despite significant progress over the last decade, Afghanistan remains one of the hardest places in the world to be a woman. We're working to change this. Join the team blazing a trail for women in Afghanistan.
We teamed up with Felicity Finch (aka Ruth from The Archers) with an appeal to empower vulnerable women in Afghanistan. Together we can transform their lives and bring a brighter future to generations to come.
Afghanaid works with men and women like Mohammad to give them the training and equipment they need to lift themselves, and their families, out of devastating poverty.
I'm fundraising for Afghanaid and I'd love your support! Together, we can help vulnerable Afghans get the training and tools they need to help themselves, their families and their communities.
I'm fundraising for Afghanaid and I'd love your support! Together, we can help vulnerable Afghans get the training and tools they need to help themselves, their families and their communities.long live Afghanistan.
I ran the London Marathon for Afghanaid in 2014 and discovered the impact Afghanaid was having on the lives of so many in rural communities in Afghanistan and wanted to have another go at running for them if I could get a place in the Ballot. My name has come up and I am thrilled to be able to run again this year and help support more sustainable development projects.
The purpose and aim of this charity is what our society seeks to accomplish, helping the needy in Afghanistan, helping individuals as much as possible.
Alastair Pitcairn sadly passed away on Thursday 9th May 2019. He was a keen supporter of Afghanaid in many ways and roles including as Chairman. He would be proud to support the charity one final time with your help.
As an Afghan, I feel it is my duty to take every opportunity I can to raise money for the children, women and men of Afghanistan; especially the young and vulnerable. Every little helps.