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September 2008: American Support for Afghanistan (ASA), in partnership with NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), sponsored the 2nd Annual Winter Relief Donation Drive. Working in association with long-term partner Khorasan Orphanage in Kabul, Afghanistan, ASA distributed over 25 boxes of winter clothing, blankets and school supplies to children and families living in Afghanistan.

May 2008: ASA continues to collaborate with the Khorasan Orphange in Kabul, Afghanistan and has recently sponsored two more orphans. We are now sponsoring a total of six orphans and provide food, as well as medical and educational services for each child for one year...

August 2007American Support for Afghanistan began collaborating with Khorasan Orphanage to help care for children in Afghanistan. Khorasan is a small charity in Kabul that cares for children whose parents are either dead or who have no means of looking after them.

January 2007In a joint effort with Wheelchair Foundation, American Support for Afghanistan donated 560 wheelchairs to Afghanistan, a country torn by war and littered with landmines.

May 2005American Support for Afghanistan along with Dar Maghreb Restaurant hosted a night of dinner and entertainment in Hollywood, California.

February 2005On Saturday, February 19th 2005, American Support for Afghanistan will be hosting a fundraiser featuring the Afghan Fusion Ensemble SAAZ. This event will also include a raffle and a catered reception in the adjoining lounge.

July 2003: Traveled to Afghanistan to distribute valuable educational supplies to Afghan schools and donate much needed healthcare medications to Afghan hospitals.


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