Charity can take many forms. Charities often need people who can contribute time as well as money. Raising money is useful but charities need people on hand who can help them determine how best to spend it. One person who has helped demonstrate how best to use charity funds well is philanthropist Bruce Levenson. According to ESPN, Levenson is one of the most successful businessmen in the entire Washington, D.C. area. A native of this region, he has come back here to help give something back to those who really need his help. Many area organizations have been pleased to receive his time and money.
The Holocaust Museum
Bruce Levenson has been a hands on manager in the area in helping to marshal both time and money for various important causes of all kinds. He has been instrumental in helping create and fund a museum in Washington that is devoted to exploring the issue of the holocaust. Under his leadership, the museum helps walk people around the world through this catastrophe and explore how it happened. UCG founder Bruce Levenson has been an active fundraiser the museum. He has also been highly active in helping create programs in the museum dedicated to teaching students and parents about how to help prevent such inhumane deaths.
A Personal Connection
He has chosen to work on this endeavor because he has a personal connection to this issue. His mother-in-law is a survivor of this catastrophe. As a result of her experiences, Bruce Levenson has been personally motivated to do what he can to help tell people in America and all those who seek out information about this event. His personal connections have helped him provide a personal touch to this project and helped provide guidance for those seeking to learn how best to convey the museum’s ongoing message and important mission. Read more about him on Time.com.