Last Exit Kabul

Last Exit Kabul

From Elizabeth Rubin

We are raising money for travel expenses for 400 Afghans on their journey out of Afghanistan. They're still waiting and hoping and we will support them every step of the way with your incredible generosity!

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16 days ago

Hi everyone. We want to update you on the journey of our friends in Afghanistan. As you can imagine, the waiting and uncertainty is causing intense anxiety. With your donations however we have been able to rent safe places for families and women to stay while they wait. And wait. And wait. They are getting meals, medical care, even wheelchairs. We are partnering with Ilaha Eli Omar, an activist and mobilizer for Afghans with disabilities and special needs. She is now working around the clock to assist all Afghans in need including the hundreds you are supporting. The good news is that we have recently secured visas for everyone to another country. And negotiations to let them travel are continuing. It is so encouraging to see the outpouring of generosity from all of you all over the world. We will update you with more news in the next day or two. Thank you so much from all of us!!

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Dear Friends and Acquaintances. A group of us with deep ties to Afghanistan have joined forces to help our Afghan friends who are trying to leave their beloved country behind. No one wants to leave home but they face serious persecution and have no choice. Right now we are supporting 400 Afghans on the last leg of their journey and we need $75,000 to pay for the rest of their travel expenses--lodging, food, etcetera.  The need is urgent--the time to give is now. Please donate what you can. Even small amounts will help. 

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16 days ago

Update #1

Hi everyone. We want to update you on the journey of our friends in Afghanistan. As you can imagine, the waiting and uncertainty is causing intense anxiety. With your donations however we have been able to rent safe places for families and women to stay while they wait. And wait. And wait. They are getting meals, medical care, even wheelchairs. We are partnering with Ilaha Eli Omar, an activist and mobilizer for Afghans with disabilities and special needs. She is now working around the clock to assist all Afghans in need including the hundreds you are supporting. The good news is that we have recently secured visas for everyone to another country. And negotiations to let them travel are continuing. It is so encouraging to see the outpouring of generosity from all of you all over the world. We will update you with more news in the next day or two. Thank you so much from all of us!!

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