Homeless children and child labor, two of the most pressing issues in our country, were helped by the “The Future is In My Hands Project", which began in 2007 as part of our efforts to help disadvantaged children. A team of three social care specialists, a psychologist, a psychiatrist, a lawyer, a companion, and 200 volunteers provided services within the scope of the project, which was maintained until 2012. In 2008, a "Child Care Center" was established in collaboration with relevant public bodies and non-governmental organizations as part of the project. From 2008 to 2012, this shelter housed homeless children who were denied access to any and all aids. Following the completion of necessary evaluations, these children were enrolled in a planned development process via a "Bridge" report issued by specialists. During this development process, the children received basic supports such as housing, nutrition, health, and rehabilitation, and they were then placed in an education and employment network, which is still being monitored.