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“While I live and breathe I will work tirelessly to protect, heal and educate the women and children of Afghanistan.” – Mahboba Rawi, Founder of Mahboba’s Promise.
What We Are
Mahboba’s Promise is an Australian non-profit organisation dedicated to the women and children of Afghanistan. Founded in 1998, Mahboba’s Promise began its mission by helping to care for Afghan refugees who had been forced into a refugee camp in Pakistan by a devastating earthquake in Takhar, Afghanistan.
Sourosh presents to Pittwater High School
Earlier this week Mahboba’s son, Sourosh made a presentation to the students of Pittwater High School as a part of their Multicultural Day.
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Did you know that you can donate shares instead of cash?
We are very happy to announce that we are now working with ShareGift Australia. Recently we received a wonderful donation through them and would like to promote the service to all our donors.
ShareGift Australia is a not-for-profit organisation that provides shareholders with an easy way to sell their shares and donate the proceeds to charity.
Fundraise for us!
A number of our projects are listed on the Givematcher fundraising platform. This provides our supporters with the opportunity to organise a fundraiser to help us reach our goals. Givematcher charges us no annual fees and no commission, so your hard-earned fundraising dollars get to us.
You can see our current projects on our Givematcher profile page.
Volunteering with Mahboba’s Promise
Volunteering with Mahboba’s Promise is a wonderful opportunity to work with an inspirational woman and make a difference to the lives of the people she helps.
We are always looking for a range of skills to help in the office including admin, marketing, fundraising and events management. Knowing that you are helping the vulnerable of Afghanistan can be a very rich and rewarding experience.