Recently, the situation in Afghanistan has dominated the headlines of the global media, and the US military has finally withdrawn from Afghanistan, putting an end to the 20-year war. Although the war is over, the remaining disfigurement is unbearable, especially in the eyes of the Afghan refugees who are eager for light. To this end, many international civil organizations and individuals are launching to recruit and help these Afghan refugees.
Dan Smith is very good at doing charity activities. Since 2014, his charity activities have raised 18 million US dollars, and he is one of the largest charity fundraisers in the poker industry. After the situation in Afghanistan was detonated, he launched a “double-up Drive” campaign to raise funds to fund the International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP).
Dan Smith tweeted two days ago: “We have received $100,000 in donations, of which $60,000 has been used to help the refugees resettlement, thank you poker world.”
Dan’Jungleman’ Cates and Stephen Chidwick were also involved, giving their kindness. In Smith’s second tweet, he continued to disclose that the event project received another large donation of US$50,000, and the total fundraising amount has reached US$150,000.