Helping Afghans and Immigrant Communities Since 1996

Who are we?

The Afghan Coalition's Board of Directors is made up of great individuals who have the heart and dedication to help the Afghan Community!

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Thanks to all our supporters: City of Fremont, Asian American Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy, Alameda County, National Institute of Health, East Bay Agency for Children, San Francisco Foundation, California Public Utilities Commission, Fremont Foundation, One Nation Bay Area

Projects to Get Involved With

Afghan Women’s Breast Health Program

Afghan Women’s Health Program is the first project of its kind to raise awareness and increase the rate of getting mammograms among first generation afghan immigrant women living in the Bay Area. Read More

 

Afghan Mental Health Project

The mission of the Afghan Mental Health project is to provide support for the overall wellbeing of the Afghan community as well as dispel myths and reduce the stigma surrounding mental health. This is the only collaborative prevention and early intervention project that provides culturally sensitive services in three different languages (Farsi, Pashto, and English) to individuals before they experience mental illness. Read More

Microenterprise Project

The Afghan Coalition Microenterprise program unites the organization’s goals of social welfare strategies and economic development. We help to improve the health and financial wellbeing of members of the Fremont Afghan community and increase
their ability to become self-sufficient contributing members of society. Read More

 

Advocacy

The Afghan Coalition is working to train and support our community members to be civically engaged so that they can create positive and effective change in our community. Read More