How to give to Afghanistan
Give2Asia’s mission is to strengthen communities in Asia by making cross-border giving easier and more effective.
Support a charity project in Afghanistan
Hundreds of trusted charities receive their international donations through Give2Asia. Donors can give by credit card, bank transfer, stock donation, cryptocurrency, and more.View more projects
Afghanistan Relief Fund
Support local Afghan organizations serving vulnerable communities
- Social Services
- Tax Benefit Eligibility: US, AU, HK SAR PRC
COVID-19 Pandemic Response: Afghanistan
Support local nonprofits responding to the COVID-19 pandemic in Afghanistan
- Tax Benefit Eligibility: US
A global charity working with Afghans to give basic services to poor communities.
- Tax Benefit Eligibility: US, AU
Local knowledge counts
Give2Asia’s in-country experts provide local knowledge and oversight to help ensure donations will have the desired impact.
In 2014, AICS was established by the Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) through a partnership between AKF and Counterpart International under USAID funded Afghanistan Civic Engagement Program (ACEP) with the long-term goal of enabling CSOs to realize their potential in support of the development of Afghanistan. Behind this initiative are key CSO networks, civil society professionals, and representatives from national and international CSOs with an interest in Afghanistan.
Our collective impact in Afghanistan
Since 2001, Give2Asia has delivered more than US$465 million in grants to charities across 23 countries. Here is a snapshot of our work in Afghanistan.
Case studies and updates
COVID-19 Asia-Pacific News Roundup (July 2020)
With the COVID-19 pandemic still growing in many parts of the world, each country faces different challenges brought on by the virus, ranging from healthcare to poverty to food insecurity.Learn More
Give2Asia mobilizes $17 million for COVID-19 pandemic response, launches new campaigns
Give2Asia has received more than US$17 million in donations and commitments to fund local COVID-19 disaster response projects across the Asia-Pacific region.Learn More