Hope Caravan dresses dozens of orphans in Istanbul
Hope Caravan, a charity organization, dressed dozens of children in Istanbul in order to make orphaned and needy children to enter the Eid al-Adha in a more joyous manner within the scope of the "Orphan dressing project".
Hope Caravan, which is a bridge between the needy and the philanthropists by signing on too many different projects in Turkey and around the world, has added another charity work to its work within the scope of the "Orphan dressing project".
Providing clothes for hundreds of orphans and needy children in various cities of Turkey, charity organization, also dressed children in Istanbul, to be happier for the approaching Eid al-Adha.
The children who went to the store with their families choose clothes they liked.
Foundation officials presented balloons prepared for the formation of an extra smile on the children's faces.
Adnan Yeşilmen, a member of the Board of Trustees of Hope Caravan of Hope, made the assessments on the subject, said that the task for them in the works was only to be a bridge and that the philanthropists would receive the real reward.