HOPE. COMPASSION. CARE.
The hope for the future of Afghanistan lies in the education of its youth. For most of these children, war has been a constant in their lives and education has been absent, particularly for girls.
The Lamia Afghan Foundation is an all-volunteer not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping the children and disadvantaged people of Afghanistan by providing humanitarian aid, educational opportunities and vocational training that will help the next generation of Afghans have opportunities unattained by their parents. The Lamia Afghan Foundation is a vetted NGO under The Marshall Plan Charities (MPC), with retired Lt. General John A. Bradley and Mrs. Jan Bradley acting as volunteer Executive Directors of MPC, which was started in 2009 by Joanne King Herring. (Charlie Wilson's War)
John and Jan Bradley from Lamia Afghan Foundation on Afghanistan Education and Economy
"With the right vision for the future and the right emphasis on improving the quality of education and getting 100 % of school age children in better quality schools, there is an opportunity for great progress in Afghanistan. We are very optimistic about the future there." -February 6, 2013
To learn more about how you can help support the efforts of The Lamia Afghan Foundation please contact:
Lamia Afghan Foundation
4014 Skyline Dr.
Nashville, Tn. 37215
- John Cell: 817- 929-4252
- Jan Cell: 817-319-2453
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