Our primary aim is to find a place in the hearts

Apr 8, 2020 | 0 comments

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In this period, we try to help our elderly and our citizens with chronic diseases by minimizing our contact as much as we can. First of all, I have a family to consider when I go home, so I protect myself and my family thanks to the zero contact and social distance.

The process is difficult and troublesome, but our primary aim is to find a place in the hearts.

Every work with the heart gives good results; therefore, we exist for these days, and we are on the way.

As a Red Crescent volunteer, I am very happy to be able to serve our country and nation during these difficult days.

At this time when people are afraid of going out, this crescent will not be without you, I am very grateful to all my volunteer supporters who are on the field…

Melek Kurt
Turkish Red Crescent
April 8, 2020
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