Kimse Yok Mu holds iftar dinner for Bosnian orphans


Date posted: July 11, 2014

SARAJEVO

Kimse Yok Mu Foundation recently held an exclusive event for the Bosnian orphans. Some 150 orphans from SOS village and Byelave Dormitory were received at Burch University in Sarajevo, where a special mime performance and iftar dinner were held in their honor. Director of the foundation Izvor Nade, KYM affiliate in Bosnia, Harun Tursan noted the event aimed to get the Bosnian orphans experience a special night. “We wanted to make a surprise for our children from SOS village and Byelave Dormitory. Tonight has been a follow-up to our past events. We intend to hold more charity events for our children. In addition to tonight’s gathering, we aim to serve iftar dinners for 10 thousand throughout the month of Ramadan.”

KYM has been active in Bosnia for some time. The foundation gave away scholarships in the amount of 50 thousand dollar in April. Besides, the children received clothing aid. The foundation also provided both monetary assistance and eight-truck load of basic needs in the aftermath of the recent flooding disaster.

Published [in Turkish] on Cihan, 6 July 2014, Sunday

Source: HizmetMovement.com , July 11, 2013


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