FIVE siblings who fled the quake enjoy a taste of kindness as Red Crescent volunteer Anastasia Ozdemir hands them energy-boosting biscuits and soft drinks.
The kids, aged from one to ten, are sheltering with their parents in tents at a football stadium in Pazarcik, southern Turkey.
Mum-of-two Anastasia treated siblings Cinar, Gunes, Ceylon, Yusuf and Berat NacarPeter Jordan
Mum-of-two Anastasia, 40, said: “We are making sure they get some treats as well as good cooked meals three times a day.”
The family was left homeless when the 7.8 magnitude earthquake ripped through the country last week.
They lost their toys and the lives of some of their teachers were also claimed.
The Sun’s £1million Earthquake Appeal is helping feed 60,000 people in the area.
The news comes as sick crooks are trying to profit from the devastating earthquake by posting fake appeals on TikTok and Twitter.
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Clips that feature faked images are being shared on social media.
They are not linked to any official groups and campaigners fear money is going to fraudsters.
Helen Stephenson, chief executive of the Charity Commission urged people to be wary and check a charity, collection or appeal is genuine before donating — such as going to www.gov.uk/checkcharity to view the Charity Register.
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