The notes left by the kids in the aid boxes make people emotional

Western Thrace
Sat, 11 Feb 2023 10:46 GMT
After the 7.7 and 7.6 magnitude earthquakes affecting 10 provinces centered in Kahramanmaraş, aid campaigns from Western Thrace continue to increase.
The notes left by the kids in the aid boxes make people emotional

Women, men, young, and old continue to support aid campaigns.

Children come to the aid points with their families and send the money, toys, and belongings from their piggy banks to the earthquake victims.

The notes left by the little ones in the aid boxes also make those who see it emotional.

"These boots are my father's report card gift, my father will buy them for me again so you don't get cold"

Children who support the aid campaigns in Western Thrace with their families also write "emotional" notes.

Citizens bring items and materials to be used in the earthquake zone, especially clothes, food, blankets, and personal hygiene materials, to the aid collection areas.

Notes on some toys, coats, and shoes brought to the earthquake zone cause tears to shed.

Mehmet Kumanoğlu from Xanthi is one of the hundreds of thousands of children who send aid to the victims of the disaster. Mehmet supported the donations sent by his family by putting the boots his father bought as a report card gift.

Mehmet, "These boots are my father's report card gift, my father will buy me again, you don't get cold" said in a note he wrote.

In the note he wrote, 11-year-old Ahmet Peçenek said, "Our condolences, I wish these dark days to end as soon as possible. ..." conveyed his feelings with expressions.

7-year-old Mustafa, who sent his toys to the earthquake victims in Komotini, "May my toys make you happy," he wrote.

6-year-old Merve, in the note next to the toys she sent, said, "I am sending these toys to you. I feel very sorry for what happened to you. I pray for you every day. Get well soon." used the phrases.

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