Dear Friends and Supporters,
On 06 February 2023, a devastating earthquake hit Kilis, Diyarbakır, Adana, Osmaniye, Gaziantep, Şanlıurfa, Adıyaman, Malatya ve Hatay in Turkey, leaving behind a trail of destruction. Countless families have lost their homes, their belongings, and, most tragically, their loved ones. As the dust settles, the grim reality of the situation is becoming clear - the people of Turkey need our help now more than ever.
The earthquake, measuring 7.6 on the Richter scale, resulted in severe damage to infrastructure, leaving thousands without shelter, access to clean water, food, or healthcare. Schools, hospitals, and homes have been reduced to rubble, leaving communities in distress and urgent need of assistance.
Our organization, Jooma IT Services, is dedicated to providing emergency relief and supporting the long-term recovery of communities affected by disasters. We're working in partnership with local agencies in Turkey including Ahbap and Babala TV as well as local volunteers to provide immediate aid, including food, water, shelter, and medical care to those most affected by this disaster.
What We Need
The scale of this disaster is immense, and we urgently need your help. Our immediate goal is to raise as much money as we can to support emergency relief efforts on the ground. These funds will be used to:
1. Provide emergency food and water supplies to families in need.
2. Distribute tents and blankets to offer immediate shelter.
3. Facilitate access to medical care and support for the injured.
4. Start rebuilding efforts for critical community infrastructure, including schools and healthcare facilities.
How You Can Help
You can make a difference right now by making a donation. Every single contribution, no matter how big or small, will have a significant impact on the ground. Your generous gift could provide a family with a warm meal, safe drinking water, or a safe place to sleep.
Donate now and stand with the people of Turkey in their time of need. Together, we can help them rebuild their lives and their communities after this tragic event.
Remember, we're in this together. And together, we can make a difference.
Thank you for your compassion and your support.