Fellowship Educational Society organised international women’s day celebration to raise awareness and funds for the victims of the devastating earthquake in Turkey for women only.
The Mayor of Reading participated in the event and made a speech.
The guests had a chance to taste some delicious Turkish Food.
A series of devastating earthquakes have hit southern Turkey and northwest Syria killing more than 51,000 people and injuring many more. People have been left without shelter in freezing winter conditions, with humanitarian needs expected to grow in the coming days.
It is Turkey’s worst disaster in decades.
Our hearts go out to those affected by this devastating disaster.
In order to raise funds for the victims, the Fellowship Educational Society organised a silent auction and raffle. In addition, they also collected donations from the guests and encouraged them to contribute to the cause. Several renowned guests participated in the event and made generous donations. The event was a great success and raised a substantial amount of money for the victims of the devastating earthquake in Turkey. The funds were used to provide essential items such as food, clothing, medicine and shelter. The event was a great example of how the power of collective action can be used to make a difference and bring hope to those in need.