Corporate partners support our events, fundraise for us, and make financial donations and gifts-in-kind.

As well as helping to transform the lives of some of the poorest people in Afghanistan, becoming a corporate partner could be good for business too.

  • Raise your profile with new audiences
  • Motivate and engage your staff through events and volunteering
  • Have fun while making a difference

We are always on the look-out for new corporate supporters. To find out more about what we could do together, get in touch on 020 7065 0825 or email [email protected]

Partner Profile: The Afghan Rug Shop

                                                                                 

 

  

The Afghan Rug Shop's owner, James Wilthew (pictured), served for six months in Northern Afghanistan in 2004. While there, he bought several rugs to sell on and help pay for his wedding. 11 years on and after moving to West Yorkshire, he thought a rug shop might do well in Hebden Bridge.

James sources the shop’s rugs from markets, weavers and families across the Northern Provinces. The shop has a Label STEP licence, ensuring all of their products are ethically produced. But he wanted to do more.

"Partnering with Afghanaid means we are able to support the wider communities that our craftsmen and women come from. Given Afghanaid’s dedication to these communities – having worked with them for over 30 years - it took very little time to decide we had found the right charity to support. I’m really proud that The Afghan Rug Shop is supporting Afghanaid; it’s simply the right thing to do."

Partner Profile: Wild Frontiers

     

Wild Frontiers has been operating in Afghanistan since 2005, being among the first to run a commercial travel trip to the country for almost 30 years. In 2009, they ventured into the Wakhan Corridor in Badakhshan province, re-introducing tourism to one of the most remote areas on earth.

Supporting the vulnerable communities they visit has always been a part of the company ethos, according to Managing Director, Jonny Bealby: "In Afghanistan, we choose to support the work of Afghanaid because we know our contributions will aid long-term, effective educational and sustainable projects."

 Wild Frontiers donates $100 for each person that travels with them to Afghanistan.