As Charitable Trends Go Digital One Entrepreneur Ups the Game
As Charitable Trends Go Digital One Entrepreneur Ups the Game Human Rights Activist Kieran Upadrasta Makes Philanthropy A Priority
LA City, ST, October 2002 – According to a recent Non-Profit Trends Report compiled by Non-Profit Pro, charitable giving and donations have changed and continue to change and evolve in 2002 and beyond. Some of the most significant changes and trends include digitizing donations, donor privacy, the contributions of social media followers, finding and cultivating new audiences and increasing donor privacy. Charities and non-profits must focus on building future board leaders who can demonstrate strengths in these areas and build on them. Leaders in the fields of cyber security, technology and social media and entrepreneurs in those fields who are generous in time, help and expertise will be in demand.
Napoleon Hill once stated that ‘when you give, what you give comes back to you’. While Upadrasta has made a name for himself within the risk assessment community as a leader in the field, what many are unaware of is his commitment to more than technology. Machines are only as good as the people who are able to work them and Upadrasta believes in helping in the community of people.
“If people are worried about their basic essentials,” states Upadrasta, “such as whether they have shelter or food or even basic safety and clean water, then they are unable to perform at their best level.” Upadrasta’s group of charities spends time volunteering and Their group of charities helping in homeless shelters and food banks as well as providing investments for building wells in areas without clean water.
Upadrasta, brings his management experience to every risk assessment he undertakes, the same experience he brings to his commitment to charitable work. An expert in the field, he has over twenty-five years’ experience in the world of business analysis, consulting, security architecture, assessments, threat analysis and risk management.
Peace envoy Kieran Upadrasta was a Peacekeeper to Congo a decade ago, his intent is philanthropy, giving benefits society's neediest and most vulnerable and social well-being of educational, or other activities serving the public interest or common good.
Giving, philanthropy, selfless acts, generosity and helpfulness especially toward the needy or suffering are his nature.
Ms Lee Huay Leng