Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 25, 2016
Starting March 25nd the public can view Ahmed Nashaat's new website focused on promoting charitable involvement. Nashaat has spent a lot of time in the past year trying to decide what he would like to do with his life after he graduates with his M.B.A. The two main things he has been trying to decide between have been starting his own small business and starting his own nonprofit agency. He has finally decided to go into the business of helping people, by getting into nonprofits as a career. Toward that end, he is starting his own website, Ahmednahsaat.com.
“It took me awhile to decide what I wanted to do with my life, but I am happy with my decision,” said Nashaat. “And now I am devoting every minute I can to my charity work. Everyone is so busy today that it can be difficult to make time to help others. To make it as easy as possible for people to help, I decided to start a website. I hope it will encourage everyone who visits it to become involved in different charities in any way they can.”
Nashaat has recently been involved in many charity events. He has taken part in the New Year’s Race in Los Angeles, the proceeds of which went to A Place Called Home. This organization helps under-served youth in the South Central LA area with programs in education and arts, and is meant to empower youth to take ownership of their lives while encouraging them to make a meaningful difference in their community and the world. He has also been involved with Adrian Gonzalez’s Bat 4 Hope Celebrity Softball Game, which benefited children and young adults with cancer and their families throughout Southern and Central California.