CALIFORNIA CITY, CA / ACCESSWIRE / June 30, 2020 / The Coronavirus pandemic has taken everyone by surprise. Communities everywhere are experiencing financial hardship as businesses close and jobs are cut, which have left people urging to support charities and non-profit organizations.
Roy Tabet, an entrepreneur and philanthropist from Lebanon who has been associated with Stallion Empowerment initiative, a philanthropic endeavor of Stallion group says that the pandemic has also helped him plan and complete his research in getting into his next philanthropic projects.
Due to the sudden restrictions imposed on traveling from one country to another, Roy couldn't be present at one of the initiatives by Stallion group in Africa for the COVID-19 program. But he made sure to keep in touch with the organization and do every bit possible.
Roy says, "Sadly, I did not have the chance to go to Africa and see the whole upgrade process as planned. But I'm proud to say that Stallion is doing a great job managing the situation in the best way possible. Luckily Sahil, Sarina and I are always in touch, so there is definitely a sense of being part of the change from afar. The pandemic has also helped me plan and thorough my research in getting into my next philanthropic projects".
As a Philanthropist, Roy has been selflessly contributing some part of his earnings to various fields like education, healthcare, creation of jobs, animal conservation, and more.
Apart from his philanthropic activities, Roy is a successful entrepreneur and a core member of his family business where his contributions are the acquisition of new clients, public relations and upholding brand image.
SOURCE: Millennial PR
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