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Afghanistan and heart

5 Christian charities supporting Afghan families

Catherine Durant Catherine Durant
2 min

Christians across the world are praying for the situation in Afghanistan after the recent Taliban capture of Kabul following many years of violent conflict. 

If you would like to give financially, here are 5 Christian charities to support:

Asia Link

Asia Link are working among those who have fled Afghanistan, providing support for those crossing borders into neighbouring countries, as well as those arriving in the UK with few possessions, having experienced trauma. This work is carried out by communities of believers with a heart for sharing the gospel.

Give to Asia Link


Welcome Churches

The Welcome Churches Emergency Afghan Fund is calling for donations to offer local support to the new arrivals who are being evacuated to the UK and are in need of assistance. Many families are arriving without basic possessions or adequate clothing and are being housed in temporary accommodation. Welcome Churches aim to provide support to help integrate Afghan families into communities and to provide training to churches in how to provide a cross-cultural welcome.

Give to Welcome Churches


Hamsayeh International

Hamsayeh International has a vision to see Farsi speakers saved and transformed by the Gospel and believers strengthened in their faith. They do this through equipping UK churches in cross-cultural training, teaching the Bible and running a tailor-made Christian radio station in Farsi.

Give to Hamsayeh International



Tearfund’s local partners are on the ground providing life-saving relief packages. These include food, cooking equipment and vital hygiene supplies. They’re also offering trauma support to people who have witnessed horrific violence.

Give to Tearfund


World Vision

World Vision are protecting children in Afghanistan. Children are being affected from dangers like food shortages causing malnutrition, to the exploitation of children’s rights. Girls who once spoke out about child marriage and advocated for their own education now live in fear of punishment.

Give to World Vision


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Catherine Durant

Catherine writes and edits for Stewardship, having joined the team in 2014. Previously, she worked in marketing for a theatre, spent time in mission focused on anti-trafficking in Asia and studied History of Art and English Literature at university. She now uses this love for words and images in her role at Stewardship.

Her interests are in anything arty – whether it’s visiting galleries, taking photos, going to concerts, or challenging herself to pick up a pencil and draw. She loves nothing more than an in-depth conversation with a friend, especially if there’s a cheese board involved.

She is passionate about the transformative power of the Bible and enjoys helping people dig into God’s Word. Catherine also cares deeply about issues of inequality and justice, particularly around the treatment of women.