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Knit our Fulled Afghan Carpet Bag, Afghan Tulip Socks, Afghan Mittens, Afghan Socks, Friday Mosque at Herat Sweater, and Afghan Vest for your own family.

Your purchase also supports women's literacy classes in Kabul.

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Make a tax-deductible cash contribution

We welcome your contribution through our fiscal sponsor, the Peace Development Fund. Checks made to the "Peace Development Fund" are tax-deductible. Or, for convenience, make a donation online through the Peace Development Funds's secure donation page. Although we do not have our own tax-exempt status, the IRS allows our donors to make charitable contributions through our fiscal sponsor, the Peace Development Fund. As such, their name, not ours, will appear on your bank or credit card statement.

Send a gift-card contribution in honor of a friend

On request, we are happy to send a personalized acknowledgement card for gift donations of $35 or more in honor of a friend or other designated recipient. Good idea for a birthday and other special occasions -- even at the last minute! Please email us with the details of your request, and we will respond promptly.

In-VEST for Peace Tote Bag, your gift with tax-deductible contribution

In-VEST for Peace Tote Bag

Click here to find out how to make a contribution and receive your In-VEST for Peace Tote Bag gift. Original In-VEST for Peace art by Rosemary Hill, © 2006 afghans for Afghans, all rights reserved.

Purchase In-VEST for Peace Pins and Magnets

Purchase In-VEST for Peace Pins and Magnets here to share with your fiber friends, guild members, and other kindred spirits.

Postcards for sale

Postcard featuring students choosing their wool socks

These girls study at the school run by Afghans 4 Tomorrow in Kabul. They loved choosing their own colorful socks. Marsha MacColl delivered our socks in March 2007.

Postcard featuring little girl in Kabul

The little girl in Kabul wears a cap knitted by volunteer Missy McIver of South Carolina. The photo was taken by Airline Ambassadors when they distributed our handmade gifts.

Postcard featuring Afghan women spinning wool

Our image of women spinning wool was taken by Afghan-American Rahima Haya in October 2003 during her second trip to her homeland since the fall of the Taliban.

Share the postcards with your guild and other fiber friends! Click here to purchase postcards.

Postcard featuring Afghan women
Photo Credit: Rahima Sefi Haya, October 2003

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