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Be a Volunteer

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BE A VOLUNTEER

WE ARE VOLUNTEERS BECAUSE…

We are trying to teach our souls to give away for it is used to obtaining. Maybe for the first time, we are learning to give without taking back and we see that we prosper as we give. We are growing day by day.

WHAT CAN YOU DO?

The world is not a planet where only we live. We share this world with others. The things that are easily reached and achieved by us might be quite difficult or maybe impossible for them. Right next us there are the ones surviving on the streets, the ones waiting on hospital corridor to receive healing, the ones who are not able to go to school due to lack of public transportation money, the ones who cannot afford diapers and food for their toddlers, and toys for the children, the ones who cannot bring home the bread, the ones who witnessed the wars, sieges, lost everything and took refuge in the first they find without their furniture an deven without their shoes…

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Preparing and distributing food at the food house

erzaki

Distributing food packs to the families in need on a mnthly basis

sosyal-aktivite

Taking children to social and cultural events such as cinemas, theaters, movies, art galleries, zoos, picnics.

saglik-ali-denizci

Providing medication and health care.

bursluluk

Providing scholarship fort he students.

butik

Distributing new and second hand clothes.

ozelders-deliler

Give free tutoring at music, art, drama and foreign languages.

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Organizing support courses for school lessons.

misafir

Providing housing at the guesthouse.

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Providing pscychological support with the help of expert psychologists.

sokakhay

Taking care of street animals.

botmont

Helping children buy new clothes especially during bayram (religious festival).

kirtasiye

Providing stationery support to students.

bayram

Children were helped to buy clothes especially during bayram (religious festivals).

soba

Families were supplied with household furniture.