Keith Mann Gives Money For A Scholarship For Brooklyn Teens

Brooklyn teens are going to need all the help they can get going to college, and Keith Mann is going to pay $5000 for one teen every year. His Scholarship for Professional Achievement is going to help kids going to college, and it had its first look in Business Wire. The idea behind the scholarship is to help kids who thought they were not going to go to college, and it is going to give them hope of having a place to go. Someone who needs help can get it, and Keith reads over all the applications himself.

He knows that a lot of people got help when they needed it, and the help that he has given people has shown them that they will be able to go on with their lives and do great things. Keith wants to get to know the people who win the scholarship every year so that he can help them in the future, and he wants to get in touch with the people who are going on to do great things with his scholarship.

The best part of the scholarship is that it comes with friendship from Keith Mann. He and his wife and fully invested in the scholarship, and they want to create a communities of kids who have been helped by the program.

These kids have a dream of college that could really be helped by the $5000 they get from the scholarship, and Keith wants to show these kids that they can get out of their neighborhoods to do great things. They may not make a lot of money in the future, but they are going to go on to change the world. Keith Mann knows that anyone can do anything if they really want to, and he wants to have a chance to get kids to colleges that will help.

Avi Weisfogel and Operation Smile Helping Children

Avi Weisfogel began a dental practice in 1999, but his interest has turned to the field of sleep disorders and their connection to dental and physical problems. Weisfogel founded Healthy Heart Sleep, a company that works with dentists and physicians around the world, in an effort to establish, train and manage facilities dealing with the problems of sleep apnea and other sleep related disorders and their proper treatment.

He has set a goal of $2000. for this charity, which is specifically for the treatment of cleft palates and lips and other various facial deformities. The recipients are children and young adults who can not afford the remedial surgery. Watch his educational YouTube video below!

Operation Smile is an international charity working with medical and dental professionals, governments, hospitals, and other charities to correct these deformities, which hamper the happiness and future success of those young persons afflicted with these deforming conditions. Every year Operation Smile sets out to improve the lives of as many children and young adults as funds and support can provide, They work around the globe and incorporate professionals who speak the language and understand the culture of the people in the area being served.

Operation Smile was the brainchild of Bill and Kathy Magee, who founded the charity in 1982. Their very first mission was in the Philippines, to help the children suffering from these deformities. Since then, they have established a network around the globe in 80 different countries and incorporating the assistance of thousands of professional volunteers. Operation Smile has successfully performed more than 220,000 surgical procedures, which are provided free of charge to the young sufferers. The charity, also, puts into place a working structure for future medical procedures through the training of local, dedicated medical professionals.

Operation Smile and Avi Weisfogel should both be congratulated for their efforts: http://www.abc6.com/story/31366182/avi-weisfogel-dds-launches-gofundme-campaign-set-up-to-benefit-operation-smile

Billionaire Charles Koch’s Donation to the George Mason University

George Mason University is located in Fairfax, Virginia approximately 20 miles from Washington DC. The university offers more than 208 bachelor’s degrees, masters and doctoral programs. George Mason University is a public institution that was started in the year 1972. The university prides itself as being the best research based institution nationally.

Mason undertakes to provide undergraduates with an opportunity to conduct efficient research that is overseen by its team of qualified professors in the relevant fields. The university has been a major beneficiary of the Charles Koch Foundation headed by billionaire and philanthropist Charles Koch.

Forbes magazine places Charles Koch as the 9th richest person with a net worth of around $42.9 Billion. He is 80 years old and lives in Wichita, KS in the United States. His wealth is from diversified business ventures. He is a holder of a bachelors of Arts/science and a masters of science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Koch is a philanthropist and runs a number of charitable organizations. He has set up quite a number of trusts that touch on cultural, educational and research fields. Majorly his foundation is focused on research, policy and advancing educational projects in schools with the aim of churning into the market professionals. He also helps fresh graduates build up their careers both in entrepreneurial and policy making.

One such institution that has been a beneficiary of the Charles Koch foundation is George Mason University which statistics show that it got the largest share of the funds. The major reason why Charles Koch chose this university is because of its reputation of producing the best graduates in the law and economics field.

Many people including students from the university have questioned the move by the Republican billionaire to fund the university with arguments over the independence of the institution being raised. On the response to that concern the CEO of the foundation stated that they do not interfere with any policy making in the university, theirs only being to write the check.

The money that the foundation donates to the university is used for a number of activities within the institution. One that is notable to state is channeled to the law school.