AWF joins two beloved organizations to aid healing in Turkey & Syria
When an earthquake struck Turkey and Syria in February, global relief organizations became a lifeline to address the immediate and long-term needs in these communities. Two of these organizations are World Central Kitchen (WCK) and Humanity Crew, and we are honored to support them both as they reach thousands.
In the wake of crises, each organization delivers critical care to those in need. Humanity Crew provides mental health aid to children, caregivers, and emergency responders. World Central Kitchen immediately deploys teams to provide hot meals in the area.
Through their mutual connection to The Archewell Foundation, these organizations found synergy in their missions that has allowed them to provide more comprehensive aid. Humanity Crew’s mental health support reached WCK’s aid workers serving in the region, creating a support network that allows them to better serve.
With support from The Archewell Foundation, Humanity Crew’s mental health professionals in Turkey, in addition to helping aid workers on the ground, are able to continue their work providing psychological aid to alleviate trauma and shock; training local responders on providing mental health support; running support groups with adolescents; serving families through counseling; and working with non-governmental organizations to ensure culturally competent interventions.
These two beloved organizations are committed to supporting communities in the region, and The Archewell Foundation is proud to have connected and uplifted them both as they do life-changing work.
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