Melvin Mazier, a well-recognized philanthropist, has donated most extensively to charity. He is deeply concerned about underprivileged children and he has taken all steps to help children for bright educational future and their families for shelter to improve their living standards. According to him, those who are affluent and blessed with all comforts should donate to charity to help poor people or those children who are left uncared for.
Some of the affluent families that want to teach their heirs about giving are increasingly turning to philanthropy experts to know how to start the dialogue about regular charity in a right way. Volunteering with children can be a very effective way to pass down philanthropic values, says Melvin Mazier. As a respected citizen of CT, Melvin Mazier himself has worked with several non-profit organizations to help deprived and neglected people.
He believes that no man is successful on his own and one must share his/her success with others to spread a feeling of positivity in the world. Some of the charities and organizations Melvin Mazier has donated to are Teak Fellowship, Robin Hood Foundation, Milton Academy, and Children International.
Melvin has rigorously donated to the Urology Department of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia known for giving the most advanced treatments for all kinds of disorders to children. Melvin Mazier has played an important role in donation support given to Teak Fellowship which helps New York City Students from low income families in getting admission to the best high schools and colleges.
Along with assisting students with their high school and college admission processes, students are also taught leadership training, exposure to arts and career experience and assistance at Teak Fellowship. Donating to TEAK Fellowship will help those students who need support in achieving their aspirations for a bright and literate future.
This association is focused to provide the best solutions to each fellow and his/her family resources and guidance throughout the process including information on high school options, forming a high school list, school visits, advocacy, and final decision-making. Moreover, he has donated to Milton Academy where he completed his graduation.