Western Thrace Turks stand by the oppressed
The 'Somali 2022 Sacrifice Organization' of the Çınar Association and IHH-UK Aid Foundation was successfully held.
Çınar Association, one of the most important non-governmental organizations of Western Thrace Turks, successfully implemented the 'Somali 2022 Sacrifice Organization' together with the IHH-UK Aid Foundation in England.
Ali Tahir Canbaz, originally from Gökçepınar village of Xanthi, residing in London and the President of IHH-UK Charity Foundation, went to Somalia for the organization of the sacrifice, which Western Thrace Turks showed great interest in.
Known for their generosity, benevolence and hospitality, Western Thrace Turks come to the fore with these features at every opportunity.
Western Thrace Turks always keep their sense of benevolence alive despite their economic difficulties.
They continue to help people in need in Western Thrace and in different countries of the world by participating in the sacrifice donation campaigns organized on the occasion of Eid al-Adha.
On the occasion of Eid al-Adha, one of the sacrifice donation organizations that Western Thrace Turks contributed to this year was the sacrifice campaign organized by the IHH-UK Charity Foundation, headquartered in England, and the Çınar Association of Xanthi-Greece.
IHH-UK organizes sacrifice organizations on Eid-al-Adha days.
Both organizations also deliver aid to people living in difficult conditions in different regions by organizing international aid campaigns.
IHH-UK foundation organized a sacrifice campaign for many regions this year as well.
Ali Tahir Canbaz, the President of the IHH-UK Foundation, originally from the Glafki (Gökçepınar) village of Xanthi and living in London, went to Somalia this year, as he does last year, and fulfilled the mandates for the victims.
In addition to the qurban donations, it was noted that Western Thrace philanthropists also provided basic food supplies to 300 families for 1 month.
In addition to food aid, it was reported that approximately 200 children living in difficult conditions in the camp were given clothes as gifts.
Both organizations thanked all the participants who supported the campaign.