Bridge to Turkiye Fund

Mission: Bridge to Turkiye Fund is devoted to mobilizing and generating philanthropic resources benefiting the socio-economically disadvantaged segments of Turkish society, with emphasis in children's education and health care. Our vision: To unite individuals through capacity building and to promote fellowship by establishing a trusted bridge between those with aspirations without the means; and those with the means to be their dream partners. To contribute to the development of under-served segments of the Turkish society, where they too can realize their full potential To promote the principles of good citizenship and to build an organization that is credible, transparent and acco...

Bridge to Turkiye Fund
100 Fox Briar Lane
Cary, NC 27518
United States
(919) 787-7019
http://www.bridgetoturkiye.org

Board of Directors

Ismail Arslan, Bulent Ender, Sibel Karakus, Emin Pamucak

Project Leaders

Sibel Karakus
Hande Can
Sevda Aleckson

Mission

Mission: Bridge to Turkiye Fund is devoted to mobilizing and generating philanthropic resources benefiting the socio-economically disadvantaged segments of Turkish society, with emphasis in children's education and health care. Our vision: To unite individuals through capacity building and to promote fellowship by establishing a trusted bridge between those with aspirations without the means; and those with the means to be their dream partners. To contribute to the development of under-served segments of the Turkish society, where they too can realize their full potential To promote the principles of good citizenship and to build an organization that is credible, transparent and accountable. Our Beginnings: Culture of giving and civic involvement is part of both Turkish and American way of life. Philanthropy at its root means "love of mankind," and Bridge to Turkiye Fund's philanthropic bridge is a bridge of humanitarian kindness between these two cultures. BTF was founded by community minded Turkish Americans living in North Carolina with the desire to Give-Back to our homeland. It is an organized attempt to leverage individual diaspora resources who believe in the Power of One That is, many like-minded individual donors can make a collective difference at the grassroots level. Based in the Triangle area of North Carolina (Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill and Cary), BTF also has regional representation in Greensboro, Charlotte, Wilmington, Virginia, Washington D.C., Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Montana, California(San Diego & San Fransisco), Florida, Nevada and Seattle.

Programs

School Improvement Programs http://bridgetoturkiye.org/modules/programs/index.php?id=2 Student Enablement Programs http://bridgetoturkiye.org/modules/programs/index.php?id=3 Early Childhood Education Programs (U7 programs- Under7) http://bridgetoturkiye.org/modules/programs/index.php?id=4 Educational Microscholarships http://bridgetoturkiye.org/modules/programs/index.php?id=5 Library Set-Up programs http://bridgetoturkiye.org/modules/programs/index.php?id=6 Children's Health Programs http://bridgetoturkiye.org/modules/programs/index.php?id=7 Alumni Bridge to Your School http://bridgetoturkiye.org/modules/programs/index.php?id=8 Donor Directed - Pass Through Grants http://bridgetoturkiye.org/modules/programs/index.php?id=9

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