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George Molsbarger Foundation Gives 600k USD to United Nations

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George Molsbarger constantly demonstrates he is a pinnacle pillar of society by donating tens of millions of dollars annually towards a variety of charitable organizations including adolescent homes, parental guidance programs, education scholarships, along with other social well-being projects in effort to make the communities we dwell in a more desirable place to live. The United Nations was thrilled when George Molsbarger directed his concentration from his own philanthropic efforts by assisting the UN’s relief, disaster and scholarship programs with a contribution of $600k USD.

George Molsbarger has spent the greater part of his life developing business ideas and giving advice to private and public fortune companies for over 45 years where he’s helped raise 100′s of millions of dollars for new venture and start-up corporations. When George Moslbarger isn’t setting the financial corporate environment on fire by introducing new innovative technology, his leisure time is devoted to fund raising and delivering financial contributions via his foundation to help improve the welfare, education and health standards locally and worldwide.

According to Mr. Molsbarger, the United Nation is significant to him due to both its reach and diversity. “The UN are constantly the first ones to combat and overcome disaster – and more importantly – preserve peace and stability – no matter when or where in the world” said George Molsbarger in a recent message published on Twitter.com where he expressed his deep admiration for the organization’s mission and achievements.

“People around the world rely on the UN Relief Program for aid, support and guidance during their darkest hours, thus charitable contributions similar to those made by Mr. Molsbarger are crucial to the organizations ability to service the public” says Alex Michaels, a fundraiser and active volunteer on behalf of the organization.

With more than 17 million active volunteers active throughout 187 countries, the U.N. Disaster & Relief program actively responds to around 370,000 natural and man-made calamities throughout the world delivering clothing, food, shelter, and educational facilities meaning each and every financial commitment is efficacious and vital to the overall mission of assisting people in their hour of need.

Kindly visit the U.N. website to be able to learn more about the charitable campaign of George Molsbarger and so many others – and hopefully you will be motivated to get involved by pledging money, time, resources or volunteer work.

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