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Groceries and Gas
Provide four families with much needed supplies and gas for a week so they may focus on education and work
Sponsor a Child's education in Uganda
$35/month provides a scholarship for a child's tuition, school uniform, supplies. Family food and medical costs are covered as well.
For $100, purchase a month's worth of diapers for a newborn.
Do you have a specific need you'd like to address? Please contact Alison in Donor Relations
Welcome to Alliance for African Assistance
Alliance is grateful for the support from the broader San Diego community and beyond to support in this effort. To donate to our work assisting Afghan asylum seekers and have your impact doubled click the donate button in the top right corner of our homepage.
The Alliance for African Assistance is assisting with the resettlement of 1,020 asylum seekers, individuals, and families from Afghanistan who began arriving on September 1st with a goal of resettling all in San Diego by the end of February, 2022.
We are thankful that through a partnership with Rancho Santa Fe Foundation to help our supporters maximize their support of the resettlement of Afghan families, the first $50,000 of donations received will be doubled.
Given the unprecedented situation in Afghanistan, Alliance announced its sponsorship of 1,020 Afghan refugees fleeing Taliban control.
In agreeing to this sponsorship, Alliance is supporting the resettlement of these individuals and families in the San Diego community. This requires a significant amount of time, funding, and caring hearts. In order to meet our goals and provide assistance, we are asking for help from the larger San Diego community and beyond to assist us in this effort. We are asking for monetary donations to assist in the initial resettlement process, including rental assistance, covering the cost of prescription drugs, and providing food for Afghans. Please click the below button to donate, or call (619) 282-4218.
We recognize that many in our San Diego community have supported the people of Afghanistan in a variety of ways, including serving on the front lines. We thank you for your support and are grateful for the support of the broader community during these unprecedented times.
ALLIANCE FOR AFRICAN ASSISTANCE
Building a Brighter Future for All
The mission of the Alliance for African Assistance is to serve refugees, immigrants, and the most vulnerable among us to become self-sufficient, productive members of the community.
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What We Do
Founded in 1989, the Alliance for African Assistance has been working, with the support of our donors and volunteers, to help refugees in San Diego and sub-Saharan Africa. Our work is dedicated to funding and delivering resettlement services, health care and other services to our clients so that they can build a productive life in their new home. We strive to inspire and improve the lives of those who need assistance. Donate or contact us to learn how you can make a difference.
How We Help
Paving the Way to a Better Tomorrow
Alliance for African Assistance works tirelessly to provide quality, long-term solutions for a number of pressing issues affecting our refugee community. Our most significant causes are those that are often brushed aside by most. Our battle is against indifference, and we would love for you to become part of that change today.
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Volunteer Your Time
Are you looking to support Alliance for African Assistance? We’d love to receive your help, and so will the community we provide for. Contact us to learn about volunteer opportunities. However you are able to help, we can assure you that it will have a major impact on the lives of many.
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More Than Just Jewelry
These beads below are hand-made from recycled paper by members of the Alliance beading group, Lacan Pekun, who have all survived torture during more than 20 years of conflict in Uganda.
Proceeds go to the Lacan Pekun beading group and Alliance for African Assistance's Child Scholarship Program, which works to support the education of children in northern Uganda.
If you would like to support Lacan Pekun and purchase an item please click the link below and leave your contact information. All items can be picked up at our office.
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