The rush is great, the willingness to help is enormous. On Friday afternoon, queues of people who wanted to hand over aid to the earthquake victims in Turkey formed at the Taufkirchen S-Bahn station. The large warehouse quickly filled with boxes, and helpers sorted the donated goods: diapers and baby food, blankets and sleeping bags, warm clothing such as long underwear, thick wool sweaters, scarves, gloves, wool hats and winter jackets, as well as winter shoes and boots, flashlights and thermos flasks. The action is organized by Turkish associations such as Türkgücü Munich, and they are supported by the Turkish Consulate General and the municipality of Taufkirchen, which has made a 1,000 square meter hall available on the street by the platform. The campaign is set to continue this week. Aid items packed in boxes can be handed in on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Donations are accepted on Saturdays between 12pm and 4pm. It is important that the items are securely packed in moving boxes and that the contents of the boxes are listed on stickers on the outside of the boxes.