Uyghur Youth Homeless During the Cold Turkish Winter

During a recent Campaign For Uyghurs staff trip to Turkey, we were confronted with the growing problem of homeless Uyghur youth. Many of these young people came abroad and were left stranded, cut off financially when parents were thrown into the concentration camps. (You can read more about their heartbreaking circumstances here).

Campaign For Uyghurs seeks to tackle this horrible situation by asking for partners this holiday season to donate towards establishing a facility in Istanbul for these youth where they can have a safe, warm place to sleep and a location where vocational and advocacy training can be provided.

With a startup goal of $10,000 at the beginning in order to secure a location large enough to house the 200 youth that CFU is aware of, we ask you to consider partnering in making this holiday season a bit brighter for these struggling young people. Together, we can fight the horrors inflicted by the Chinese regime in tangible ways.

We sincerely thank you for your support. To donate to the project, please click here.



Campaign for Uyhgurs

We defend the human rights of uyghur people and the free world by exposing and confronting the chinese government's genocide, and empowering uyghur women and youth in the diaspora.


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