BECAUSE THEY WANTED A BETTER NATION FOR THEIR FAMILIES.
NOW WE OWE THEM OUR HELP.
We are military veterans and civilians who served in Afghanistan and forged deep personal connections to the Afghans who risked their lives to work with us. Our work there was premised on the promise to the Afghan people to assist them in building a better life for their families, and we refuse to break our oath. The promises we made and the rapidly devolving security in Afghanistan leave us no option but to do all we can to help those who stood against extremism and oppression with us. Now that their situation has significantly worsened and their safety and future is in jeopardy, it is our time to act.
We will not stop until our brothers and sisters are safe.
Our mission is to ensure safe passage and lawful immigration for our Afghan tarjoman (interpreters) and their families.
We believe that we have a moral obligation to ensure that those Afghans who served with us during the U.S. war in Afghanistan are able to live without fear of retaliation for their role in assisting us. To protect them, we are committed to providing assistance in whatever lawful manner available, aiding them in their journey to a place where they can live with their families in safety.