Story and photo by Sgt. April Campbell ISAF Public Affairs
Marim Zamani, who runs an orphanage in Kabul, received a bit of help from International Security Assistance Force volunteers who donated nearly 1,400 pounds of food as well as much-needed clothes, school supplies and toys, March 30.
KABUL, Afghanistan — For the International Security Assistance Force service members whose day-to-day mission focuses on the more long-term effort of coordinating and partnering with Afghan leaders, finding an opportunity to have a direct and immediate impact with the Afghan people can offer much-needed energy.
A group of American service members from ISAF Headquarters here found just such an opportunity when they traveled to a nearby orphanage, March 30, to donate nearly 1,400 pounds of food as well as clothes, school supplies and toys.