After working with the Afghan Community Center (ACC) for 6 months, we are impressed with the leaders’ accomplishments!
Our fundraising and partnership trainings have really paid off, because on March 15th, the ACC co-organized a concert of 300 people with Smile for Refugees in Kuala Lumpur.
The purpose of the “Smile for Refugees” concert was to highlight the plight of refugees in Malaysia.
“Music helps to alleviate certain traumas, because it has the power to encourage, comfort and inspire the audience,” says Zia Sahil, singer and musician at the concert.
Mr. Hazara, founder of Smile for Refugees says that “refugees have very few occupations and feel that nobody cares about them, so we hope to bring them some joy with this concert.”
refugees have better access to education and livelihood opportunities
countries in which our partner NGOs are implementing solutions
refugee children benefit from mathematics, english, art and sports classes
women can now support their families
refugees have access to critical healthcare and safety information
We’ve accomplished so much, but the growing urgency of refugee issues in cities means we have a lot more to do - and we can’t do it alone. Support the refugee communities that need it most.