American Turkish Friendship Association (ATFA) is dedicated to addressing the social, cultural and educational needs of Turkish American and American friends.
The vice-president of Kimse Yok Mu? (“Is Anybody There?”), Metin Cetiner, visited American Turkish Friendship Association on February 20, 2012. “Kimse Yok Mu?” is the largest non-governmental non-profit humanitarian aid organization in Turkey. A number of Syrian Americans who reside in Washington D.C. Metropolitan area participated in this event. After a dinner, vice-president Cetiner introduced his organization, talked about his first-handRead more
DONATE NOW TO HELP HURRICANE SANDY VICTIMS Mid Atlantic Federation of Turkic American Associations and its member organizations would like to send our deepest condolences for the lives lost and a speedy recovery for the victims of Hurricane Sandy. MAFTAA is collaborating with Helping Hands Relief Foundation to help victims of Sandy. Any financial donation can make the biggest and the most immediate impact. Donation Bank Account NameRead more
Ethiopian and Somalian children are dying from starvation and Mid-Atlantic Federation of Turkic American Association invites you to support them. African people have been displaced because of the drought. There are more than 400,000 Somalian refugees staying in the Dadaab Camp near Kenya and the number is increasing. The only hope of survival is the food and water at refugee camps which is given to one of every four refugees who left their hometown.Read more
The Turkish American Community of Northern Virginia extends their most heart-felt sympathies to the people of Haiti in their time of suffering and loss. As a community we share your pain as we too suffered a similar tragedy when, in 1999, Turkey experienced an earthquake as well. It is our sincere prayer that out of the suffering and loss, you will too find strength and compassion from your neighbors around the world. (more…)Read more