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An altruist working toward the change

Cool Story - An altruist working toward the change

Himayat Ali Mirza is a visionary businessman who approaches every goal he sets his sights on with contagious excitement and unwavering devotion. His desire to aid those who were suffering during the pandemic and his awareness of their plight inspired him to start the HM Foundation. Following the Covid-19 pandemic, the HM Foundation was established for societal welfare and improvement. The group helps those who are unable to pay for their medical expenses. Instead of providing them with cash, it covers their medical costs and provides them with necessities. The HM Foundation will confirm the individuals' legitimacy to prevent fraud and help those in need. Only if the request is granted by the members will funding be given.

Russia's Moscow is where Himayat Ali Mirza received her degree. Before going back to India to run the family business, Himayat completed his studies in the United States. He has a keen interest in real estate and has traveled widely to research and identify market shortages. Despite being a millionaire, money has little bearing on Himayat; instead, he is constantly engaged in charitable work.

According to Himayat, "I think that just people caring about each other is enough to make a change."

Himayat Ali Mirza is dedicated to assisting people with his wealth out of mindfulness and altruism. Mirza prefers to work in silence, putting the needs of others above his own needs.

He thinks that showing generosity is the kindest thing somebody can do. He has worked with numerous charities and organizations and has also directly assisted people as a result of his benevolence.

The group seeks to address a range of issues and concerns that are currently plaguing society. It carries out a wide range of activities for the benefit of the poor and society at large, as well as projects to advance the welfare of the community it collaborates with. It is a not-for-profit organization, hence it has no vested interests in the business.

The group works to assist those who require medical care and support. The organization continues to work toward acceptable objectives including pollution, climate change, water quality, safeguarding water bodies, and contamination, and is in discussions with government representatives to build more hospitals for the needy.

It is fair to describe Himayat as a social change agent given that he works primarily to bring about change and sincerely believes in doing good deeds through his non-profit, charitable organization.

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