Students from Turkish school send pocket money to needy ones in Nepal


Date posted: May 22, 2015

Students of a Turkish schools operating in Australia send their pocket money to people who were affected by a massive earthquake in Nepal.

In New South Wales, Sydney Amity College launched an aid campaign along with Australian Relief Organization launched a campaign. Students collected their pocket money and gave their teachers to help earthquake victims.

Principal of the college, which is among best schools in the country, Deniz Erdoğan stated that they always struggle to help needy people due to natural disasters. “We aim to engrain benevolence feeling in students by reminding economically students in other parts of the world,” said Erdoğan.

Source: Cihan , May 22, 2015


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