FROM WILEY MORGAN AND KCMANA TO THE DINAR COMMUNITY
COATS FOR KURDISTAN PROJECT
“This is not a crisis; it is a tragedy.” – Barzani Foundation
We are calling on all of our friends throughout the dinar community to come together to help
us meet the urgent needs of the orphaned refugees in Kurdistan.
➢ URGENT SITUATION: 2 million refugees (Muslims, Christians and Jews) fled the safety
of their homes under threats of beheadings and rapes by ISIS and have escaped to
Kurdistan. Hiding in the mountains, living on streets or refugee camps, 25,000 orphans
are in urgent need of coats and blankets to survive the winter and harsh environment.
➢ WHAT YOU CAN DO: We are asking the dinar community to collect reusable coats and
jackets (especially for children ages 3-17). Gently used blankets are also needed. Please
take a moment to include a hand-written note inside the pocket of the jacket from a
caring American to an orphaned refugee. Let’s come together to let them know
someone cares and they are not alone.
Please share this need with your friends, family, churches and communities.
Simply package and address box to:
Coats for Kurdistan
7199 W. 98th Terrace, Suite 142
Overland Park, KS 66212
We will take care of the shipping costs directly to Kurdistan
and ask that all coats/blankets be sent to us by December 31, 2014.
We are working directly with our friends at the Barzani Charity Foundation who will distribute
the coats and blankets sent by the dinar community directly into the hands of the waiting
The Barzani Charity Foundation works to honor the great legacy of Malla Mustafa Barzani, the leader of the Kurdish Liberation Movement and influencer of the contemporary Kurdish nation.
His life was guided by the principles of tolerance, liberty, freedom and inclusive charity for his people, but also their neighbors. The Barzani Foundation works to help all in need, regardless of religion, including Christians, Muslims and Jews.
Registered in 2005 as a non-profit NGO, BCF provides social, cultural and humanitarian aid to the people of Kurdistan, especially to the socio-economically disadvantaged members of