• 461 Century Dr W #3, Murray, UT 84123
  • (801) 604-2418

Our Mission Our vision is to empower Afghan voices both in the United States and Afghanistan. We envision a world where Afghan voices are heard and their dreams become a reality. Take Action

Who We Are

United Afghan-American Coalition (UAAC) is a secular, non-political and non-profit community organization. We are dedicated to strengthening Afghan-American families and provide multi-sector relief. Our mission is to advocate in advancing the interests of Afghan-American Communities through education, outreach, and promote civic and social engagement

Our voice. Our power. Our community. #FreeAfghanistan

Our Impact

We are an established 5,000 strong Afghan-American community with deep roots in the Salt Lake City, UT area. Together we have helped thousands of families connect with local community resources and find new lives in the United States. Due to current events we anticipate a need to expand and grow our circle to help the inevitable incoming refugee and displaced Afghan families.

We need your help to grow our placement programs, foster successful economic and educational integration and to meet the medical needs of our brothers and sisters.

1800
Mouths Fed
550
Number Evacuated
$ 450000
Donations

With the Help of our Major Donors and Allies at Home we have Raised $450,000 in financial aid.

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Keep up to date with the latest events, articles, images and stories involving UAAC and our Brothers and Sisters in Afghanistan. As the stories of those we help reach those who can help our cause will continue to grow. If you have a story you’d like to feature on our website contact us via our Contact Us Page.

How to help Afghan refugees in Utah

After the United States withdrawal from Afghanistan and the Taliban’s overthrow of the Afghan Government on August 15, Afghanistan’s humanitarian and refugee crisis unfolded to the worst of its kind. The United States led multinational airlift from Kabul airport, evacuating nearly 125000 people. These evacuees mainly included people who worked alongside the US and its […]

Refugees in Utah

INTRODUCTION: The United States resettlement program is historically the largest in the world and the U.S. has admitted more than 3.1 million refugees and asylum since the 1970s through US Refugee Admissions program. Since fiscal year 1980, 55% of refugees were from Asia, Europe (28%), Africa (13%) or Latin America (4%). Pew Research Analysis Refugee […]

Utah welcomes Afghan refugees with meet-and-greet event

WEST JORDAN, Utah (KUTV) — Refugees fleeing Afghanistan were welcomed to a meet-and-greet at the Utah Islamic Center mosque Monday night. More than 100 people went out to show support to the refugees. For security reasons, even those who are helping the refugees acclimate to their new life don’t know who the refugees are right […]