Helping Families Out of Afghanistan
Flanders Fields is working together with other organizations to help at-risk Afghan individuals and families escape Afghanistan. Whether we are donating to facilitating flights, funding visa efforts, or securing congressional support, we are committed fully. We are also leveraging the power of our volunteers and the power and scope of our network to directly contact families still in-country. Once located, we go above and beyond to provide families and individuals safety, food, supplies and a viable path out of Afghanistan.
If you served in Afghanistan, you understand the level of commitment these men had to our mission, our teams and our nation. We won't let that faith they put in our American Way ever be found to be misplaced. We are here to ensure Americans fight for our interpreters and their families with the same dauntless courage they fought for America with.
When you make a donation to Flanders Fields, you will financially be helping families get out of Afghanistan. The Flanders Fields Fund is used to fund flights, assist in obtaining visas, and available as a resource for our targets to get out. No donation is too small and our members appreciate your support.Donate Now
We are rapidly expanding our network through the efforts of great individuals, like you, who want to help in any way. If you're interested in becoming a part of Flanders Fields, or would simple like to help out in any way, Volunteer and Join Us to get plugged in.Volunteer
Flanders Fields Members are working round the clock to ensure no Afghanistan ally will be denied transport because of lack of funds or due to diplomatic hurdles.
Working with organizations like Team Rubicon and NCPTF, we are able to provide food and shelter to people in Afghanistan, working together for the strength of humanity.
A key focus is educating our nation on the facts of the situation. We do not and have not advocated for anyone but completely vetted and documented American allies. The media narrative is misleading at best, and we focus on developing awareness and empathy for this humanitarian crisis.
Our team has ground communications with refugees and allies on the ground. As guides, we work within our network to get families to safe zones and onto a plane to the United States.
Navigating the proper process to get out of Afghanistan can be the difference in making it to the USA or dying. Our communication network expedites the Visa process by ensuring no time is wasted through duplicated efforts.
The evacuation of Kabul, over 120,000 people in two weeks, is one of the biggest airlifts in history. It was also a chaotic stampede of tens of thousands of Afghans fleeing the Taliban. Read the full article or listen to the audio here!