Since the Syrian crisis started in 2011, Turkey has hosted over two million Syrian refugees, as well as additional asylum seekers from Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia and Iran. This number is expected to rise, especially among Syrian families. Half of the refugees coming from Syria are children, however, according to the Human Rights Watch, more than 400,000 Syrian refugee children living in Turkey are not attending school. The Turkish government adopted a policy in September of 2014 that formally grants Syrian children access to Turkish public schools, but key obstacles, including the language barrier, social integration issues, economic hardship, and lack of information about the policy continue to be a problem. Because of this, our main goal is the inclusion into society of these children and their families, by voluntarily teaching them Turkish as well as English, Arabic, Arts, Sport and Recreational Activities. Additionally we will concentrate on providing the needed support regarding clothes, medicines and other donations for the refugee families who are living in the Keçiören district of Ankara.