We Lost Our Dear Friend Murat Zengindemir!

DSC 06072Dear Friends,
It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing away of Murat Zengindemir, age 34, a family member of the Raindrop Turkish House. He passed away on Thursday, July 25, 2013, at Integris Baptist Hospital in Oklahoma City.
He is survived by his wife of 11 years, Sevda and daughter, Ayca, age 9. Murat has been a strong supporter and advocate for inter-cultural dialog in Oklahoma. He and his wife dedicated their time and effort in Oklahoma City to enhance friendship among people from different cultural and faith backgrounds. His active and loving personality has touched many peoples' lives in Oklahoma City over the last couple of years. Our condolences and heart-felt prayers go to his family and friends.
Funeral Services will be held at 2 p.m. on July 28, 2013, at the Islamic Society of Greater Oklahoma City, 3815 N. St. Claire Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73112. Interment in Mercy Cemetery (at Rockwell and NW 298th) will follow the service.

Raindrop Turkish House Donated To Moore Victims.

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  The Oklahoma City Chapter of the Raindrop Turkish House organized a Friday social night to raise money for the tornado victims in Moore. "All the food sold, was made my turkish ladies who volunteered to help." Raindrop director said. " We, Turkish- Americans, are so sad about the victims of tornado which happened on May 20, 2013." He added. He also said that they really appreciated the community leaders for sharing the feelings and making donations to the Helping Hands campaign which was organized by the Raindrop Turkish House.

Raindrop Turkish House Oklahoma Visits Moore Tornado Victims



Mr orhan osman and a group of Raindrop volunteers delivered food donations to the victims of May 24 tornados in Oklahoma. The volunteers purchased food with the money they raised from the small Turkish community who live near Oklahoma Raindrop Turkish House. They traveled to two of the tornado hit areas in Oklahoma where they met residents and delivered the donations to the needy.

Raindrop Helping Hands Visited Moore City Manager To Deliver $5,730 Donation

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A highly destructive tornado tore through Moore, Oklahoma on May 20, 2013. It devastated the lives of thousands of residents claiming about 24 lives. Many residential and commercial buildings, as well as many cars and trucks, were destroyed. The tornado left many affected individuals needing disaster aid. President declared national disaster for Moore making federal funding available.

Raindrop Turkish House Volunteers Assist Tornado Victims to Clean Up Their Neighborhood



Oklahoma City Raindrop Foundation is in the process of mobilizing efforts with members and community leaders to help victims in the aftermath of Moore tornado. A number of volunteers from Raindrop Turkish House helped with the clean-up efforts last week to show their support and solidarity with their neighbors in Moore, Oklahoma.

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