Afghanistan appeal 2021

Top three fundraising tips

  • 1

    Set up a JustGiving page to support the appeal. From completing a 10k, to braving a head shave, there are lots of creative ways to fundraise during this time.

  • 2

    Challenge your family or friends to a squat, lunge, or push up challenge. Each person donates £5 to your JustGiving page, and whoever manages to do the most repititions wins.

  • 3

    From hosting a quiz to walking the equivalent distance of the Everest Base Camp Trek (130km), there are lots of fundraising ideas to choose from. Check out our A-Z of ideas page!

ActionAid's response in Afghanistan

Thousands of people in Afghanistan have had to flee their homes with nothing or very few possessions. ActionAid continues to work in seven provinces across Afghanistan, providing education for girls and boys, along with farming and food security support for families.

As part of our emergency response we are planning to reach 35,000 people with food support, safe water, and hygiene kits for women and girls. We will also provide psychosocial counselling support for people traumatised and displaced by the crisis. 

Fundraise for ActionAid's Afghanistan Appeal

Woman wearing blue hijab in Afghanistan 2021

Farzana Wahidy/ActionAid

Where your money goes

90% of your donation will go directly to our Afghanistan Appeal.

10% of your donation will be retained for ActionAid’s Emergency Action Fund which will only be used for ensuring we are prepared and able to respond quickly and more effectively to future emergencies and crises.

If the total amount raised for this appeal exceeds the funds needed for the response, ActionAid will transfer the remaining balance to the Emergency Action Fund. All Gift Aid claimed on donations will fund ActionAid’s work across the world, wherever the need is greatest.

Contact us

If you have any questions or need support with your fundraising, please get in touch. Email events@actionaid.org or call 01460 238 000.

 

 

Top photo: The Afghanistan crisis 2021. Photo: Farzana Wahidy/ActionAid.

Page updated 14 September 2021