Interfaith non-profit pledges $1,000 to families of Istanbul bombing victims

March 20, 2016 09:38

The interfaith non-profit organization the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ) pledged on Sunday to provide $1,000 to each of the families afflicted by Saturday's deadly suicide bombing in Istanbul.

"The goal of this assistance is to provide families whose loved ones were killed or wounded in the attacks with an immediate grant to help them cover the expense of missed work days, transportation to and from the hospital, hotel bills, and the like," the IFCJ said in a statement.

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