Abdul Rahman remembers being moved to tears when meeting struggling blind students who were seeking an education and were motivated to be self-reliant. He was inspired to help the poor and the needy by bringing positive and lasting change to the lives of many. He has taken 12 courses on the Philanthropy University platform, including Results-Based Financing, Fundraising Strategies, Social Impact: Planning for Success and Essentials of Nonprofit Strategy. He says, “I never thought I could attract more than one thousand donors to my foundation until I joined Philanthropy University.”
The aim of DAQVAH Charity Foundation is to help create an environment where poor and needy people feel that they belong to the human race thereby bridging the gap.