During the month of Ramadan, PIF was very active in helping out the people of the community, especially those in need.
This year, the Turkish community continued its annual food parcel campaign.
With the help of Kimse Yok Mu? (Is anybody out there?) and generous volunteers of the foundation, the charity based organization was able to deliver over 300 food aid parcels to various people and communities around the country.
In Palmerston North dinner was provided for 200 people at a local mosque. 20 food aid parcels were delivered thereafter.
Local Muslim communities gathered in New Plymouth to have share host an Iftar dinner. Alongside Turkish people, Afghans, Malaysians and Pakistanis hosted the event. 15 food aid parcels were then delivered to individuals who required them.
Food aid parcels were also delivered in Wellington and Hamilton.
PIF was also in contact with varying charities to effectively share the love, pairing up with the Fatimah Foundation and ATWC to provide aid to people.
PIF was also present at an Iftar at the AUT masjid located in Auckland central. Students who required financial assistance were given food parcels.
All in all, a very productive and great team effort by the Turkish community based in Auckland. We would like to thank all our great volunteers for making this possible. We certainly believe and hope that our good deeds have benefited people.
For more information of our sister organization sponsor please visit: http://www.kimseyokmu.org.tr/?lang=en