Philanthropy

Dr Sarifa Alonto-Younes has helped, assisted and facilitated the betterment of the lives of 1000s of people across the globe, from South East all across to Africa.

“When we help the disadvantaged, the poor, the orphans or any one in between, we are not just doing good deeds. We are also reaping the rewards of helping others to a better life. By pitching in and lending a hand, we can make a real difference in people’s lives while also enriching our own. Whether we volunteer our time, donate our money, or simply offer a kind word, giving to those in need is one of the most rewarding things we can do.”

The rewards of philanthropy extend far beyond simply feeling good about helping those in need.

True that while the motivation for many philanthropists is simply to help those less fortunate, the benefits of giving can be felt by both the giver and the recipient. People who give to charity often report feeling happier and more fulfilled than those who don’t, and studies have shown that altruism can actually improve physical health.

So, next time you’re considering making a donation, remember that you could be doing good not just for others, but for yourself as well!

Dr Sarifa Alonto-Younes has helped, assisted and facilitated the betterment of the lives of 1000s of people across the globe, from South East all across to Africa.

Amongst her many charity projects are:

  • Educational sponsorships for orphans (Primary, Secondary and tertiary education)
  • Food provision for orphan families
  • Housing for displaced families
  • Establishment of international educational institutions
  • Medical Assistant to needy people
  • Monthly allowance for poor families
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