Online Education Project
Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, which affected the whole world and Turkey in March, schools and rehabilitation centers had to take a break from education.
While their ordinary peers started to receive online education, children with special needs (autism, intellectual disability, hearing impairment, physical disability, dyslexia, speech difficulties) remained away from education.
With the web-based platform we created, we matched educators who applied to us to become volunteer teachers from any province in Turkey with our special needs children who applied from any province.
Over 250 children had the opportunity to receive free online education for about 3 months.
“Bayramım Sen Ol” Project
In our project, the first of which we started in May 2020, we provided clothing and shoes aid to our children with special needs, with the support of our donors.
We continued our project, which we started by supporting 50 children, every Ramadan and Eid al-Adha. We have increased its scope.
We have taken not only children with special needs but also all children in need in Turkey to support our project.
We provided clothes and shoes to 200 children in June 2020 and 2500 children in April 2021, making them smile during the holiday.
We supported village schools in many cities such as Van, Ağrı, Batman, Diyarbakır, Düzce, Bolu, Konya, İzmir.
Little Endam's Oncology Treatment
Küçük Endam, who was treated with a diagnosis of brain tumor in Istanbul, but stated that his treatment would be more successful in İzmir, and his family, provided shelter, education, health, etc. We were there to meet their needs.
We witnessed the positive progress of our princess’s treatment.
Like him, we provided clothing aid to our children who were treated at the Dokuz Eylul University Oncology Service.
Happiness of Earthquake Victims
In the earthquake that caused loss of life and property in İzmir in October 2020, we supported the earthquake victims in meeting all their needs.
We organized various games and activities with our volunteers to make our earthquake survivors happy in the Aşık Veysel Recreation Area.