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The Centre for Turkey studies receives donations from members and supporters as well sponsorship from businesses based in London for its activities. We are thankful for generous support so far provided by members and supporters of the Centre for Turkey Studies amongst the UK’s large Turkish, Kurdish and Turkish Cypriot communities.  We also organise fundraising dinners with our guest speakers to raise funds to cover the cost of each event we organise.

We have received funding from the following individuals and the companies:

– Mustafa Topkaya of Top residential

– Enver Kannur of Accounting Direct Plus

– Dr Teoman Sirri

– Can Ucar of Eda Quality Foods

– Ahmet Akdogan of Haz Restaurants

– Dervis Aslan of Tas Restaurants

– Sadiye Arslan of Levenes Solicitors

– Shany Gupta of duncan Lewis Solicitors

-Nigel Dickens of NCD Ltd

– Ali Gul Ozbek of Med Chem

-Ali Sancak of Gama Food

– Aysel Enguzekli of Ada Accountants

– Gursel Aksu of Kervan Banqueting Hall

– Kemal Ucar of TFC Group

– Murat Poyraz of Blue Lagoon

– Murat Sever of Istanbul Travel

– Mehmet Kocakerim of Mem Laz

-Savas Hurman of Tas Magara

– Hasan Dogan of Bela Vita

– Tuncel Nalbantoglu of Vatan Catering

– Veyis Acil of Dogtas Group

– Ali Matur of Special Fruit Ltd

– Nafiz Bostanci of Lingua Rule Ltd

 

 

 

 

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