Become a 2017 PARSA Family Member

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There are many ways to contribute to PARSA:

PARSA is a 501c3 tax-deductible non-profit  in the US.  All US donors receive a tax exempt receipt for donations:

1. Online via PayPal. You can use a debit card, credit card or PayPal account. Please use the secure form below to make an online donation that is fast, free, and secure.

2. Bank or Wire Transfer. Please email to for bank account details.


3. Via Check to our U.S. office:

PARSA U.S. – PO Box 4284, South Colby, WA 98384


When you donate to PARSA, you automatically become a PARSA Family Member!

We now have a gift of appreciation for you of postcards or a framed photo from our work. Click here to see!

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When you donate to PARSA. you can choose to contribute to a specific PARSA program (please make a note of the program in your donation) or you can contribute to our PARSA Family Member General Fund, which is crucial to our ability to keep PARSA’s core operational.

What the PARSA Family Member General Fund pays for:

Basic costs related to running a non-profit are not always funded by larger donors. We use our PARSA Family member fund to hold us together as we face the challenges of working in Afghanistan. Having funds at our discretion allows us to pay for such things as emergency medical costs for staff or beneficiaries, repair work on our buildings, small staff salaries for special projects, materials for our women’s economic program, and also allows us to start small projects such as the PARSA Job Corps. Another wonderful example this is our Afghan Scouts program, which was started with $1,200 from our small donors seven years ago.

We also run special campaigns throughout the year where we ask Family Members to help us fund specific projects. For example, last year our Family Members supported the running costs of the kindergartens that we run in the cave communities of Bamiyan.

PARSA Family Members recognize the difficulties that non-profits experience making ends meet and support our fundamental viability, by making small funds available for our staff to use as we work to serve our beneficiaries.

Click Here to learn more about our PARSA Family Members Donation Program.