The Hope Caravan Foundation, a non-governmental organization that provides humanitarian aid to various regions of the world, organized a one-week charity bazaar in Elazığ to support the people of Gaza who are suffering from the israeli blockade and attacks.
The bazaar, which was held in Cumhuriyet Square, attracted a lot of attention from the citizens who showed their generosity and compassion for the Palestinian people.
The bazaar offered various products such as food, clothing, books, toys, and handicrafts, all donated by the volunteers and supporters of the foundation.
The proceeds from the bazaar will be used to provide emergency aid to Gaza, such as food, water, medicine, and shelter. The foundation also plans to continue its aid efforts for Gaza after the bazaar ends.
Betül Şahin, the president of the Elazığ Women’s Branch of the Hope Caravan Foundation, expressed her gratitude to the people of Elazığ for their participation and contribution to the bazaar.
"The bazaar saw an incredible turnout, with residents of Elazığ, spanning from ages 7 to 70, becoming the collective voice for everyone involved. As the Hope Caravan and Orphans Foundation, we endeavored to bring hope to Gaza. While our bazaar may have concluded, our aid efforts for Gaza will persist. On behalf of the Hope Caravan and Orphans Foundation, we extend our sincere thanks to all the volunteers who contributed to the bazaar and the supportive people of Elazığ,” Şahin said. (ILKHA)
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