Kimse Yok Mu extends helping hand to orphans in eastern Turkey

Kimse Yok Mu charity members delivering supplies to people in need in Turkey's southeastern Diyarbakır province, ahead of Ramadan. (Photo: Cihan, İsmail Avcı)
Kimse Yok Mu charity members delivering supplies to people in need in Turkey's southeastern Diyarbakır province, ahead of Ramadan. (Photo: Cihan, İsmail Avcı)


Date posted: July 8, 2015

Charity organization Kimse Yok Mu continues its campaign in the holy month of Ramadan. Volunteers from the KYM went to the southeastern province of Diyarbakır on Tuesday and delivered aid boxes economically disadvantaged citizens.

Orphans were provided with clothes and toys while the families were given food packages. The KYM will continue to help its Ramadan campaign until the end of the month.

Recep Tanış, head of KYM Diyarbakır branch, stated that they conduct aid campaigns every year thanks to the help of the benevolent people.

Source: CIHAN , July 7, 2015


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