Los Angeles, CA (Sharewellnewswire.com) August 27, 2012 – Successful businessman, Edmond Masjedi, Beverly Hills, ranks supporting children’s causes high on his priority list. Besides being a respected entrepreneur and world–traveler, Masjedi takes the time to support worthy causes.

People are bombarded with mail, flyers, ads, commercials, and email requests to support a cause, and most of those solicitations are ignored. There are so many requests for support that the public passes by the advertisements without a backwards glance.

Opportunities to donate are abundant in daily life --- from national campaigns from well-known charities to a local flyer to help family in need in the community. Everywhere you look there are pleas for help. Walk into an Office Supply store and you’ll see $5.00 rubber bracelets for sale at to support an anti-bullying cause. Go grocery shopping and customers have the option to add a $1 or $2 donation to your grocery bill. Visit a Pet Store chain and upon checking out you are asked for a $2.00 donation for a pet charity.

Even if you do not have the funds of a successful businessman like Edmond Masjedi, who donates large sums of money to national causes, you can find ways to help out your community. A lot of people do what they can, and donate consistently to their local church. But if you are one who has been slack in supporting those in need in your area – think about stepping up a notch with your charitable efforts.

Find a cause that means something to you on a personal level – whether it is children, pets, diseases, the poor, hunger, bullying or homelessness. Try finding a worthy cause in your community or your own neighborhood. It’s back to school time in across the nation -- support the local kids by buying school supplies and backpacks. Donate shoes or school uniforms to underprivileged kids at local schools. Help to feed the hungry in your city buy giving to the food pantries. Help the homeless by donating hygiene items or money to shelters.

Seek out opportunities to give back to your society. Consider making the extra effort or spending a few extra dollars. You don’t have to be successful and wealthy to make a difference; all you need is a giving heart and compassion for those in need.

About Edmond Masjedi
Edmond Masjedi is a dedicated entrepreneur and business with extensive experience in the business field. He actively supports he Penny Lane Foundation and St. Jude for Kids organizations and encourages others to benefit society by supporting children’s causes.

Contact Info:
eddiemasjedi@aol.com
http://www.edmondmasjedi.com/
Edmond Masjedi
5021 Adams Place
Suite 136, Plano TX 08807



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