Save the Children ambassador Jennifer Garner has been doing her part to amplify the voices of Afghan refugees following her recent visit to Dulles Airport to meet the children and families recently rescued out of the now Taliban-controlled Afghanistan. 

The "Yes Day" actress, 49, shared a heartwarming clip of her visit at the airport's Afghan refugee center in aid of the Operation Allies Welcome, which offers temporary housing, sustainment, and support inside the United States for Afghan refugees. The initiative is made possible by the Department of Homeland Security.

In Jennifer's new Instagram post, a separate section at the airport can be seen curtained off from the public where Afghan families can be well accommodated by volunteers and provided with clothes, food, toys, and hygiene care, Page Six reported.

Garner, a board member for the organization, can be seen happily welcoming the children, who mobbed her and invited her to play with them at the arts and crafts activity center. Save the Children volunteers have also been assisting Jennifer to discuss their initiative more.

"On my visit to both Dulles and the Expo Center on Monday, 126 children were lined up and waiting when Save the Children staff opened the play space for the day. This is a human endeavor," her Instagram post reads. "I am so grateful Save the Children is helping the U.S. [Department] of State [to] welcome Afghan refugees and hope you can help me support these families and this work."

There is also a clip of Jennifer interacting with the kids while singing “Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes” with them. She has been an ambassador for Save the Children since 2009 and has served on the board of trustees since 2014, championing early childhood education.

The "13 Going on 30" star also tackled play's vital role in paving the way for these Afghan children to heal from the traumas they went through following their exposure to war and chaos in their homeland. 

Around 30,000 people have flown out of Afghanistan in recent weeks, with roughly 40% being children under 12, People.com noted.

“This may be the first time these children have felt safe in months, and the activity space gives them the chance to have fun and just be kids. After all they’ve been through, they desperately need that,” she mused.

Her fans were quick to react to her post, with some noting that the Once Upon a Farm co-founder is a national treasure and a role model for being kind and emotionally mature, Hello Magazine noted.

Jennifer's heartwarming post about Afghanistan comes just days after she was also commended for acknowledging the efforts of teachers, administrators, and school staff when she shared on Instagram that her two kids got their COVID-19 jabs. 

The mother of three, who shares her kids with Ben Affleck, also said she hopes her youngest could get the shot once it becomes available for children under 11 years old.

"We are back. 3/3 masked, 2/3 vaxxed (soon, please, 11 and under), everyone eager, tentative, bold, vulnerable, and as far as I can tell, smiling under the 3-ply," her caption reads.

"Thank you, science, for getting us this far and this much closer to health and freedom. Thank you for moms in your corner and gallows humor and the sun that rises, no matter what," she added.

Jennifer Garner Jennifer's heartwarming post about Afghanistan comes just days after she was also commended for acknowledging the efforts of teachers, administrators, and school staff when she shared on Instagram that her two kids got their COVID-19 jabs. Getty Images