Giving back to the community not only enriches your life, it also familiarizes you with your community, and helps connect you to people and ideas that will positively impact your perspective for the rest of your life. Helping your community is an opportunity for you to grow as a person and to better understand how you fit into the world around you. You gain a unique sense of purpose by serving those around you, one which often manifests in other areas of your life.
Azad Ayub has always believed enormously in the idea of supporting his community and helping those who are less fortunate and don’t have access to basic rights such as food and education.
Involved deeply with both local and international organisations, Azad Ayub maintains a strong relationship with...
A UK based non-profit organization that works with local partners in Africa in an effort to protect, educate and empower children with disabilities so they are able to fulfil their full potential. Currently involved in countries such as Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Rwanda, Able Child is the leading charity working solely to improve the lives of children with disabilities in Africa.
Able Child is striving to make a change by delivering high-quality programmes alongside local partners that break down barriers to inclusion for children with disabilities, by strengthening local organisations on the ground that ensures they can deliver lasting change and by fighting for the rights of children with disabilities, creating change on a national.
Azad Ayub has been involved with Able Child Africa for several years now, supporting them on an annual basis and also by becoming part of the process. You can find out about all the amazing work Able Child Africa is currently involved in by visiting their website www.ablechildafrica.org.
Television for the Environment (tve) is a UK-registered charity founded by the United Nations Environment Programme, WWF-UK, and Central Television (now part of ITV) in 1984. Their mission is to use the power of storytelling to drive real world change for a more sustainable future.
For more than 35 years, tve has pioneered environmental filmmaking, helping bring vital stories about our planet and how to project it to millions around the world. They work with filmmakers and partners worldwide to run media projects, make films and work to promote effective, evidence-based storytelling about environmental issues through film.
Azad Ayub has been a regular contributor to the organisation for several years now and strongly believes in the sustainability efforts tve is actively highlighting around the world.
To find out more about the organisation, their work and how to get involved, please visit their website www.tve.org.
Friends of Imperial College is a charity formed by Imperial College London Alumni that works towards contributing to the public understanding of science, technology, engineering and medicine through live online and in-person lectures, exclusive events and visits exploring the extraordinary discoveries and developments taking place at Imperial College London.
Friends of Imperial College started life in 2002. It has built a proud record of bringing the best, most interesting, most challenging and most important scientific developments to the widest possible audience.
As part of their mission to share a passion for knowledge, Friends of Imperial offer school groups free places at their public lectures in order to promote an interest in science amongst children and also donate into the President’s Scholarship Fund at Imperial.
Azad Ayub has been the lead sponsor for Friends of Imperial for many years now and serves as a trustee on the board of the organisation. To find out more about Friends of Imperial and how to take part, please visit their website www.friendsofimperial.org.uk.