#StillThereAFGH · Help those left behind in Afghanistan

by Task Force Antal | Humanitarian Action in
Afghanistan and Ukraine

by Task Force Antal | Humanitarian Action in

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Robert Hodges, Attorney
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Thousands of U.S. citizen-soldier family members are still trapped in Afghanistan after the challenging withdrawal of U.S. troops in August 2021. They are targeted for retaliation by the Taliban, but you can help us keep them safe.

To date, Task Force Antal has directly helped more than 2000 people lawfully and safely evacuate Afghanistan. We currently support over 1800 people still trapped in Afghanistan awaiting reunification and resettlement in the U.S.​, including 1300 immediate family members of active U.S. citizen soldiers.

Private contributions from our donors help us pay the approximately $76,000 a month (and rising) needed for food, medicine, housing, sanitation needs, transportation, and processing fees for these families. We also provide advocacy and case management pro bono for their State Department processing which can take up to 18 months. 

About Task Force Antal

Task Force Antal (TFA) is a non-profit humanitarian action organization providing life-saving supplies, evacuation support, and crisis management to the vulnerable in high-risk conflict zones. Our team of world-class volunteers and elite special operations veterans is currently leading the humanitarian efforts in Afghanistan. 

Task Force Antal, a registered nonprofit in the U.S. (501c3), Hungary, and Ukraine, is headquartered in New York City with offices in Hungary, Poland, and Ukraine. 

Our Mission

Support and protect the most vulnerable people trapped in active war zones by leveraging the expert skills of our world-class volunteers and elite special operations veterans to provide critical services and humanitarian aid in conflict areas where others cannot or dare not go while enabling retired Tier One Operations veterans to continue their life´s work of protecting life and liberty for those who need them most. 

Our Vision is that those who would suffer violence and death at the hands of the Taliban for their support of U.S. and allied forces in Afghanistan, be free, protected, and relocated to safety, reunited with family and a life of liberty. 

We envision a world where liberty is protected, and tyranny cannot and does not dominate in any region where we are called upon to serve. That no person be left behind and defenseless when violent oppression threatens life, limb, and family.