Category Archives: Community Service

Frozen Meat for Needy Staten Island Families

Frozen Meat for Needy Staten Island Families

1,500 Pounds of Frozen Meat for Needy Staten Island Families Fifteen Staten Island food pantries were distributed 1,500 pounds of frozen meat to needy families this holiday season by Councilwoman Debi Rose (D-North Shore) Turkish ...

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Police Appreciation Day Ceremony

Police Appreciation Day Ceremony

Turkish Cultural Center joined in the Police Appreciation Day ceremony at Crossroads Church on November 17, 2015 All members of our NYPD are invited to join for a great meal from local businesses. Those who ...

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Blanket and Coat Drive for Syrian Refugees

Blanket and Coat Drive for Syrian Refugees

The Turkish Cultural Center and St John’s Episcopal Church in Staten Island is participated in a blanket and coat drive organized by Embrace Relief. Embrace Relief and Kimse Yok mu is a nonprofit organization jointly ...

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A Sweet Eid Celebration for the Children of Syracuse

A Sweet Eid Celebration for the Children of Syracuse

Members of the Syracuse Turkish Community organized an Eid Celebration on the weekend. After enjoying a delicious breakfast, children participated in games and activities such as egg race or face painting. During the second day ...

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Law Enforcement Appreciation Dinner at Syracuse

Law Enforcement Appreciation Dinner at Syracuse

The Peace Islands Institute Syracuse chapter (PIIS) in collaboration with Turkish Cultural Center of Syracuse (TCCS) held its first annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Dinner on March 27, 2015 at Syracuse, a gathering to celebrate the ...

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Syracuse Shared Gift Baskets for the Holiday Season

Syracuse Shared Gift Baskets for the Holiday Season

Volunteers at the Turkish Cultural Center – Syracuse (TCCS) prepared beautiful gift baskets including delicious Turkish cookies and dried fruits to share with 100 neighbors, friends, and community leaders for the Holiday Season. Members of ...

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