Neil Douglas Reilly

putting it all together

When you become successful, it is also essential to give back to society. One of the best ways of giving back is through humanitarian. You can decide to educate children from less advantaged families and offer inspiration to young adults. Bhanu Choudhrie is a perfect example of a financially successful individual who has taken the initiative to help the community.

Bhanu believes in the Hindu philosophy that the more you give, the more you get. Giving back for Bhanu did not start when he was financially stable; instead, he mentioned they visited the blind, orphans, and disabled when he was still a young boy in school. Mr. Choudhrie said that we must cherish what we have and take care of those who do not have it.

A child may be less fortunate, lack school fees and food, and may be disabled and lack the opportunity to get an education. According to Bhanu Choudhrie, this is not a big deal in developing countries. In India, children who cannot afford school fees and school uniforms do not have the chance to attend school.

Most of these children from less fortunate families work to help their parents put food on the table and pay their bills. It is even worse for mentally challenged children. On the other hand, these children who are disabled are more advantaged than their peers in more developed countries.

Bhanu Choudhrie has been part of Path to Success, an organization founded by his mother, Anita Choudhrie, in 2005 in London. Anita mentioned that the desire to help others came from her grandfather, who was a giver. Path to Success was created to assist those living with challenges in the United Kingdom and other nations by providing education, helping those living with disability, and assisting those with fewer resources to achieve healthcare needs.

The organization has been in operation for over 20 years and has continued to positively impact India and the United Kingdom. Bhanu Choudhrie is not a philanthropist, but he is also involved in entrepreneurship.

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