Category Projects

11 Jun

Soup Kitchen in Kenya

Embrace Relief built a soup kitchen in Malindi-Kenya. The soup kitchen serves more than 1500 Somalian refugees a day. Embrace Relief will continue to support the soup kitchen by providing the food for the facility. The size of the soup kitchen is 7,500 sq/ft and approximately 30 employees work in it.

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11 Jun

Earthquake in Haiti

Embrace Relief distributes hot meals in Haiti after the earthquake. Embrace Relief sent 119 volunteers to help the victims of the earthquake in Haiti. Embrace Relief was the first organization to distribute food after the earthquake. Volunteers distributed hot meals to 1000 people each day for 30 days. Because of the earthquake many people were […]

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11 Jun

Tsunami In Japan

Embrace Relief in collaboration with Turkish Cultural Center New York (TCCNY) raised an aid of $30,000 for the victims of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan through donations of the Turkish community in the US. Members of involved associations visited Hon. Shigeyuki Hiroki, the Consul General of Japan in New York. Nevzat Yılmaz from Embrace […]

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11 Jun

Forest Fire In Israil

Embrace Relief & the Turkish Cultural Center of New York made a generous donation to Jewish National Fund’s (JNF) Operation Carmel Renewal campaign to rehabilitate the Carmel Forest following the tragic December fire, Nezvat Yilmaz, President of Embrace Relief, Mehmet Kilic, Executive Director and Vice President of Turkish Cultural Center NY, presented JNF CEO Russell […]

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11 Jun

Tutoring Tanzania

Embrace Relief mainly focuses on humanitarian services and disaster relief; however it also coordinates campaigns based on education. Embrace Relief sent 15 volunteer teachers to tutor students in Tanzania.

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11 Jun

Help Typhoon Haiyan victims

PHILIPPINES –  Typhoon Haiyan struck Philippines on Friday, November 8th with a wind of 200 mph, leaving the country in a devastating condition. It has received reports that around 10000 people have lost their lives and it is the most powerful typhoon that has fallen. More than 1200,000 people moved to safety and around more than […]

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10 Jun

Famine in Africa

There are more than 360,000 Somalian refugees staying in the world’s largest refugee camp (Dadaab Camp) near Kenya. The only hope of survival is the food and water at the refugee camps which is only enough for one of every four refugees. Without help from outside, the survival rate will keep decreasing because of the […]

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10 Jun

Cataract

Hot weather, malnutrition and climate conditions in Africa cause many people to lose their sight to cataracts at a young age. It is estimated that two million Africans experience vision problems stemming from cataracts. An insufficient number of doctors as well as a lack of financial resources translate to thousands with cataracts living in darkness […]

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10 Jun

Water Well

Northern Lights Relief Foundation “Water Wells” campaign is easing the difficulty of obtaining drinking water in Burkina Faso, Haiti, Senegal, Sudan, Kenya, Niger, Nigeria, Chad and Cameroon. Northern Lights Relief Foundation initiated its “Water Wells” campaign in 2011. Since then, with the help of its volunteers and sponsors, 150 water wells have been built in […]

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10 Jun

Haiti School Supplies

HAITI – Embrace Relief is dedicated to improving the lives of orphan children. Through donations of concerned individuals, businesses, and organizations, we help feed, educate, and improve these childrens’ lives. Embrace Relief is organizing a school supplies donation campaign to help the orphans in Haiti. The donations will be distributed on December 15, 2013. If […]

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