Hope Caravan provides food aid to hundreds of families in the holy month of Ramadan
The Hope Caravan Foundation (Umut Kervanı Vakfı) is continuing its charitable activities during Ramadan, Islam's holy month of fasting.
The Hope Caravan, which acts with the mission of delivering the humanitarian aid to those who are persecuted or otherwise in need, regardless of their religion, language, race or sect, continues its charitable activities in southeastern Turkey.
The foundation, which made the poor and the needy happy with its charitable works, provided food aid to hundreds of families in the Artuklu district of Turkey’s southeastern Mardin province.
Fatih Akman, the head of the Hope Caravan’s Mardin Branch
“Come be with us and support these poor people”
Stating that they continue to provide assistance to poor and needy families every month with hundreds of members and volunteers in order to increase the feelings of Islamic and humanitarian aid in the society, Fatih Akman, the head of the Hope Caravan’s Mardin Branch, said: “I hope we will continue to distribute our aid. But since there are many people in need, we cannot respond to their needs. Because the financial sources we have are very limited. I would like to call on the philanthropists to come be with us and support these poor people. As much as they support, we will have the opportunity to help more people in need.”