In a world where millions of people lack access to basic needs such as health, education, and food, it is vital for individuals and businesses to contribute towards improving their lives.
At Page 21, we believe that every little bit helps, and that's why we're proud to announce that we will be donating 20% of all our profits to a charity organization that focuses on providing health, education, and food in less fortunate countries.
We understand that not everyone has the privilege of access to these basic necessities, and we feel compelled to help in any way we can. We want to do our part in making the world a better place, and we believe that this is one small way we can make a big impact.
When you visit Page 21 and read an article, you are not just gaining knowledge or entertainment. You are also helping the needy. How? We make money through ads, and whenever you see an ad, you are indirectly donating to our charity partner.
We are a small business, and we don't have billions in profit. But we believe that this shouldn't discourage giving. Every little bit counts and even the smallest donation can make a big difference in someone's life. We're not looking to change the world overnight, but we are committed to doing our part and helping those who need it most.
We encourage you to join us in this effort. Donate directly to a charity, Here is a list:
World Food Programme (WFP): WFP is the world’s largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger. In India, they work to improve the efficiency, accountability, and transparency of the government’s subsidized food distribution system, which reaches around 800 million, poor people. They also support food fortification, nutrition interventions, and climate resilience
DevaMitra: DevaMitra is a charity that aims to ensure high-quality education and health facilities for underdeveloped people. They also promote women’s empowerment, skill development, and environmental awareness
Save the Children: Save the Children is an international NGO that works for the rights and welfare of children in India and around the world. They focus on areas such as education, health, protection, humanitarian response, and advocacy
Doctors Without Borders: This international medical humanitarian organization provides emergency medical assistance to people affected by conflict, epidemics, and natural disasters.
If you don't have money right now, That's alright by just reading articles you are already contributing to a worthy cause.