The world's suffering isn't confined to Afghanistan. Around the globe, men, women, and children are struggling to survive. Instead of Afghanistan, a place rife with war and violence, why didn't Noshaq decide to work in another country that's less dangerous? The answer is simple: Afghanistan has captured our heart. A unique set of circumstances led our team to Afghanistan and we've never been the same. The country, the people, and the needs have left a strong desire to do everything in our power to help. Although countless needs exist all over the world, Afghanistan is the corner of the globe that we feel called to. It's our niche. Our passion. Fulfilling this passion makes the risk of operation worth it.
How do I make a donation?
Online donations may be made through PayPal by visiting our Donate page or at our Facebook Causes page. Look us up on Facebook at www.facebook.com/noshaq.
Contributions by mail may be sent to our address:
P.O. Box 296
Collegedale, TN 37315
Are my donations tax-exempt?
Yes! If you are a resident of the United States, your donations are tax-exempt. Noshaq is registered with the Internal Revenue Services as a 501(c)(3) public charity (EIN #26-4431292), which allows our supporters to receive a tax break for their financial contributions. A receipt will be promptly mailed to you once we receive your donation.
How do I make a speaking request?
To invite a member of our team to a speaking engagement, visit our Speaking Requests page to fill out a request form.
How has the Afghanistan war affected Noshaq?
In Afghanistan, war has been the reality for hundreds of years. In choosing project locations, Noshaq has had to adapt to the unfolding security situation while remaining committed to its humanitarian mission. Our current center of operations is in Badakhshan Province, an area with little Taliban influence that has long been a bastion against insurgents. The expanding war effort continues to shape the country's unfolding security scenario but so far has had little affect on our ability to operate. We don't deny the inherent risks of operating in a war zone. Instead, we strive to make responsible decisions as we continually monitor the security situation.