"You may say I’ m dreamer, but I am not the only one…"
One of those is Ashoka Changemakers and all those who support it.
Being aware that the project which I am referring to is of a very large cost but tested and profitable in many places of the planet, risk is not high because it is certain that it will bring back the initial investment money in a considerably short time.
Projects like this usually are implemented by millionaires who tend to borrow in order to invest with the purpose of earning more money than they already have.
I live in a place which is blessed but the greed of few, mismanagement, a huge funds misuse from those few in order to have personal profit and depreciation of values, have led this place to this unpleasant situation.
None of us is immortal and no matter how much wealth one can accumulate, our place can offer prosperity and quality of life to each one of us.
The solution is so simple: Collective consciousness and not atomistic, selfish logic. We can change the unpleasant economic situation that we live in, we owe it to our children.
Being aware of the fact that no one is willing to give away or contributed money to the creation of such an expensive project, no matter how impressive the CV I could post here is, I would suggest that Ashoka Changemakers, take part jointly in the creation of a NGO with the ambition that the money could be found indeed. In addition, it could contribute as guardian, management consultant to construction as well as to profits, so that the profit could be used in order to provide social and financial support to vulnerable population groups with innovations for access to healthcare and empowerment of the community development through environmental solutions and support in order to provide them with a healthy and active aging and many more.
Finally, in case that the project is proposed as one of the four best projects and gets the award of 10.000 euros, I would like the money to be distributed to fellows who don’t have food to eat or to fellows who have health problems and can’t afford to pay for treatment. All this, not because I have much money since I am among those 10.000.000 Greeks who find it very difficult to cope. However, I am still healthy and I work 12 hours per day to get by.
"I hope one day you’ll join us and we make a change for a better world."