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Taliban in Afghanistan: Rashid Khan begins crowdfunding campaign to raise funds for countrymen in crisis

Taliban in Afghanistan: Rashid Khan begins crowdfunding campaign to raise funds for countrymen in crisis: The people of Afghanistan are having a really tough time to even seek shelter in their own country after the Talibans have established complete control over Afghanistan. In such a situation, the famous Afghan cricketer Rashid Khan has begun crowdfunding to raise money and help his countrymen.

In his latest Instagram story, Rashid Khan posted an image with a swipe up link and appealed to the fans to offer monetary help for his country. The story captioned, “We nearly there. Your everyone single contribution counts and can make someone life’s easier.

In light of the country’s current situation, ACA (Afghan Cricket Association) in collaboration with Rashid Khan Foundation have launched this fundraiser to reach out to those displaced internally by providing food parcels and other basic necessities.

The crowdfunding attempt is an emergency appeal to aid the people in Afghanistan due to the ongoing war. The aim is to raise £20,000 in order to help the humanitarian crisis in the Afghan country.

Till now, the welfare foundation has been able to accomplish 50% of its set goal and has raised £10,030 as donations from the people.

Motto of the foundation 

The motto of the foundation read- we strongly believe with your support we can extend a helping hand to those in dire need. We are working together to fulfil our moral duty of supporting the needy in Afghanistan. The country is in the brink of humanitarian crisis. World cricket star Rashid Khan and his foundation has been at the front line to reach out to the disadvantaged during difficult times. We are calling all those who stand in solidarity with Afghanistan, to contribute to this noble cause. We urge you to donate generously and help us provide food parcels to those in desperate need.

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