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Chicago Exhibit for Girls Education by BTF

 20 Mayis 2014

“Bridge to Turkiye Fund” tarafindan, Baskonsoloslugumuzun evsahipliginde 5 Haziran 2014 gunu saat 17:00’de duzenlenecek, Turkiye’deki kiz cocuklarimizin resimlerinin de sergilenecegi bagis toplama etkinliginde birarada olabilmeyi dilerim.

Selam ve saygilarimla,

Fatih YILDIZ

T.C. Sikago Baskonsolosu

 Under the auspices of the Honorable Fatih Yildiz,

Consul General of the Republic of Turkey in Chicago

 Bridge to Turkiye Fund

cordially invites you for an afternoon of charity giving benefiting

 “Light the Path to Education Scholarships” (*)

 Featuring

An exhibition of sixth graders’ free-hand drawing work about the importance of girls’ education in rural Turkey

 Thursday, June 5th, 5 pm

 455 N. Cityfront Plaza Dr. (NBC Tower), Suite 2900 Chicago, IL 60611

 RSVP by May 30, 2014

rsvp.chicago@mfa.gov.tr

Refreshments and hors d’oeuvres will be served following the brief program

 (*) Donations for Soma Miners’ Kids Education will also be gladly accepted

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Bridge to Türkiye Fund (BTF) was established in 2003 by community minded Turkish Americans (Turks4Good) driven to make a difference, to improve life and to cultivate social change for the common good. Our circle of compassion promotes respect and fellowship for humankind in the communities we serve. Turks4Good commitment to these ideals stems from our basic desire to give back to our native land for the many opportunities we have gained from her. We invite you to also contribute to the welfare of less fortunate children in Turkey.