International charity organization Kimse Yok Mu delivered stationary, cloth and food assistance to eth Syrian refugees living in İstanbul.
Around 100 volunteer families from the organization deliver aid boxes to the Syrian refugees every week. Syrian people who are in need of proper assistance expressed their gratitude with the aid assistance.
Celal Türkoğlu, head of İstanbul branch of Kimse Yok Mu told Cihan news agency that there are roughly 100,000 Syrian refugees in İstanbul and they will increase their aid efforts for the refugees with new projects.
Meanwhile, Kimse Yok Mu also collected 24 trucks of aid material for the Syrian refugees living in the eastern provinces of Turkey last week.
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