About #AfghanEvac


#AfghanEvac brings together organizations with a shared commitment to fulfilling the United States’ duty to at-risk Afghans.

Who are we?

We are a self-organized group of Afghans, veterans, frontline civilians, current and former members of the national security and intelligence communities, members of human rights-focused non-profits, Hill staffers, private sector employees, and others.

Who are we helping?

American Citizens (AMCITs), Lawful Permanent Residents (LPRs), US Visa holders (including SIVs), Afghans referred to the US Refugee Admissions Program (USRAP)(P1, P2, etc), Afghan allies and their families, and others impacted by the US mission in Afghanistan. 

What are we doing?

We are working together to save lives. We unite disparate groups toward a unified goal of honoring the promise we made to our Afghan friends and allies.

How we are doing this?

Members of the #AfghanEvac coalition collaborate on the full pipeline from humanitarian support on the ground through evacuation opportunities, and resettlement efforts.

We built and administer the mechanism for cooperation between US government agencies and private groups and work hand-in-hand with these partners, legislators and the public to coordinate efforts, improve efficiency and disseminate information.

How can you reach us?

You can reach us by email at: [email protected].

Important note: We cannot help those who reach out to us for individual case management questions. The #AfghanEvac team does not manage individual cases but instead helps unify the numerous organizations that do.