Partner Organisations



Help for Heroes helps veterans, those still serving, and their families by providing physical, psychological, financial and welfare support for as long as they need it.

UK: JobOppO

JobOppO aoffer complimentary employability support to former Afghan interpreters & other Locally Employed Civilians (LECs) who have been relocated to the UK as part of the ARAP or Ex-Gratia Programme.


Germany: Mentor Network Afghan Locally Engaged Civilians

The Mentor Network Afghan LECs is an organisation working to support and raise awareness about Afghan LECs who worked for the German Army (Bundeswehr).

France: Association des interprètes et auxiliaires afghans de l'Armée Française

The Association des interprètes et auxiliaires afghans de l'Armée Française is a support network led by an Afghan interpreter and a French lawyer.

North America

No One Left Behind

No One Left Behind is a US-based an all-volunteer organisation working to support Special Immigrant Visa recipients (SIVs), which was set up by a veteran (Matt Zeller) and his interpreter, Janis.

International Refugee Assistance Project

The US organisation International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP) provides legal advocacy for refugees and displaced people in need of a safe place to call home. We work with our clients to identify and navigate pathways to safety through free direct legal representation, systemic advocacy, and litigation.

Association of Wartime Allies

The AWA is nationwide US association of individuals who provided support to the US military/government during armed conflicts in their home countries. It also serves an alliance of individual veterans, civilians, and organizations who stand with them.

Veterans for American Ideals

Veterans for American Ideals is a nonpartisan group of veterans who share the belief that America is strongest when its policies and actions match its ideals. Their current campaigns are focused on saving the Special Immigrant Visa program for interpreters and translators who served with the U.S. military, protecting refugees, and countering Islamophobia.

Afghan-Canadian Interpreters

The Afghan-Canadian Interpreters Relocation Initiative believes that Canada has a moral and urgent responsibility to provide immediate relocation and safety to Afghan Interpreters and other Locally Employed Civilians who provided support services to the Canadian Armed Forces in Afghanistan.


Red T

Red T is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization advocating for the protection of translators and interpreters in high-risk settings.

Aiic - interpreters in conflict zones

The AIIC project to help interpreters and translators in conflict areas aims to draw attention to the plight of those who are losing life and limb in conflict areas.