Date posted: March 11, 2015
Intercultural Dialog Foundation located in Edmonton, Canada, awarded Kimse Yok Foundation (KYM) in recognition of its international aid efforts. Steve Young and Alana DeLong, two members of Legislative Assembly of Alberta and the foundation’s advisory board at the same time, hosted the award ceremony at Royal Glenora Club, Edmonton. In attendance were some 100 people including academics, public figures from diverse cultures, state officials, businesspeople, religious leaders and journalists.
The general manager of Kimse Yok Mu Metin Cetiner received the award on behalf of his foundation from Steve Young. Presenting the award, Young said, “I’ve been watching very closely the projects you are bringing into life to the benefit of humanity. And I would like to thank you for your solution-oriented and sustainable works.”
Next, Cetiner said, “Kimse Yok Mu Foundation is an NGO that has been known particularly for its innovative approach, its effective and sustainable aid efforts and independence. Also, being a transparent and progressive one, it’s now among the top 100 NGOs of the world. The award we’ve received today is yet another affirmation of that. As KYM, we are determined to continue our projects addressing the needs of the humanity.”
Published [in Turkish] on Cihan, 27 February 2015
Source: HizmetMovement.com , March 11, 2015
Tags: Canada | Dialogue | Humanitarian aid |