Q: I am an interpreter stuck in Afghanistan. Can you get me out?

A: We’re currently exhausting all options to rescue and evacuate Americans and our Allies from Afghanistan and get them to safety. We are also grateful for the more than 12,000 people we evacuated from Afghanistan, but we also know that we left too many behind. Please reach out the State Department at AfghanSIVApplication@state.gov for further instruction. We will not stop until this mission is complete.

Q: I am a Veteran and my interpreter or my interpreter’s family is stuck in Afghanistan, can you help?

A: We’re currently exhausting all options to rescue and evacuate Americans and our Allies from Afghanistan and get them to safety. We will not stop until this mission is complete.  Unfortunately, our direct evacuation efforts have paused due to HKIA’s closure. We urge you to contact your Member of Congress https://www.govtrack.us/congress/members for SIV or casework intervention. Please utilize the Veterans Crisis Line at 800-273-8255 if you are experiencing a mental health crisis.

Q: I am a Veteran and I want to go conduct ground operations in Afghanistan:

A: Thank you for your willingness to continue to serve. Our evacuation efforts have stopped, and phase 2 focuses on the resettlement of our Allies, and the continued healing of America’s Veterans. We urge you to engage with volunteer opportunities in your community and find support in your Veteran peer network. If you are experiencing a mental health crisis please call the Veterans Crisis Line at 800-273-8255. 

Q: I want to adopt one of the babies from Afghanistan:

A: We don’t yet have information on placing the unaccompanied children, we will log your request to share with the partner organization should that become clear in the future.

Q: I have housing for refugees:

A: We will be working through private corporations and social service groups for those in need of housing. If you meet the criteria, please provide your contact information so that we can add you to a help list. 

Q: How can I help?

A: You can donate through our website, all funds will be split between the Independence Fund and Mighty Oaks Foundation to care for our war weary from Afghanistan, and the US Veterans they fought beside. From resettlement to Veteran suicide prevention, Save Our Allies seeks to continue the mission and honor the sacrifice. 

Check on a Veteran: Check in on a Veteran you know and if you are a Veteran or know of a Veteran experiencing an immediate mental health crisis, call the Veterans Crisis Line at 800-273-8255, https://www.veteranscrisisline.net/.

We have also started an Amazon Wish List to help to purchase items to help Afghan SIV individuals and their families transition to life in America.https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/3ONOOBPSMM1MQ?ref_=wl_share

Please contact your member of Congress to call on continued support for our SIVs in Afghanistan. https://www.govtrack.us/congress/members

Q: I’m in Afghanistan and need to be evacuated/my family is in danger/I worked with the U.S.:

A: Please contact the US State Department at https://www.state.gov/afghanistan-inquiries/. We encourage you to send your information to info@nooneleft.org. Non-Government Organizations are working around the clock to fill the gaps in assistance. We also recommend reaching out tohttps://www.humanrightsfirst.org/afghan-evacuation.


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