Tipping The Hat to Neya
We couldn't possibly say goodbye to Ramadan without tipping the hat to Neya. Neya is the most innovative community service organization, modernizing philanthropy and leaping in this field. They made it clear that we are in need of doing good just as much as the underprivileged are in need of our deeds.
Neya is a lot more than just an organization for donations. Neya creates job opportunities for the underprivileged, raises awareness on crucial issues, sells products for powerful causes, helps corporations give back, advocates zero waste, supports sustainability, and helps you volunteer in meaningful purposes. Neya focuses on charity in an out of the ordinary way, attracting young people who want to make a difference and involving them.
Goodness, sharing, and making the world a better place is Neya's essence, since they are a vision based platform. They quickly became the go-to place for socially responsible companies to contribute. Norine Farah, the trendiest couture house, collaborates with Neya to become zero waste. Together they make use of leftover fabrics and materials to help underprivileged women learn how to sew and reuse the waste. The end product is women supporting themselves and their families with their own work. Neya also collaborates with Maison Saedi and Lotfy to help them give back. What's more is that Neya empowers girls and gives a hand to homeless children with Banati shelter.
Just launching a couple of months ago, Neya shows a great potential in transforming philanthropy in Egypt. They have been working with schools and hospitals like 57357 Children's Cancer Hospital. In Ramadan, the good deeds are multiplying and reaching out to more places in need across the nation. Of late Neya has been selling t-shirts that's proceeds are helping the blind. On top of that, Neya never forgets to give back to Earth, advocating all what saves the planet. They have recently backed with Greenish, Go Clean, and Sustainably Savvy to support recycling and constantly raise awareness on ways to stay eco-friendly.
Neya, translating to an intrinsic value to do well, is fueled by this generation's drive to make a difference. Their main aim is to develop the community and connect its ends through donations, awareness, volunteering, CSR work, and more creative ways of giving back like art workshops that support patients. Hana El Sadat, Neya's CEO and founder, says that Neya empowers those who want to make a difference by simplifying the process and bringing key agents of change together for collective sustainability. With their "true neya" shining through their humanitarian work, we're not surprised Neya is behind all the buzz in the most compassionate way possible. Help Neya reach more people in need and make a change yourself with donating on their website or volunteering.
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