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Books4Kids to Manisa-Gördes from San Diego

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BTF’s San Diego Giving Circle recently sent Kindergarten Books4Kids to Manisa-Gördes, Güneşli Anaokulu.   Below are pictures and letter from Damla Öğretmen…   Many thanks to all our friends at San Diego…  You can visit their page at San Diego Giving Circle…

Gunesli

Güneşli okulu anasınıfı kitaplarına çok sevindi!

Merhabalar,

İçinde sevgi dolu olan koliyi açıp rengarenk kitaplara kavuşmak bizleri çok mutlu etti. çocuklar heyecanla ve şaşırarak kitapları incelediler. hayatlarındaki en güzel hediyeye de kavuşmuş oldular. gönderilen kitaplar geçekten çok yararlı olacak. Kitaplardan sonra oyuncaklarımızı da dört gözle bekliyoruz.

Bizler için emek harcayan ve sevgisini gönderen uzaklardaki herkese sonsuz teşekkürler ve sevgiler…

Saygılarımla…

Damla UYSAL
Güneşli Okulu
Okul Öncesi Öğretmeni
 


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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.