Most people presume philanthropy is about money, services and products, but that’s just a small part. The Adrian Tonon Project approaches non profit organizations and charities and asks them all one simple question: “What are three immediate non-monetary needs others can assist you with in achieving your mission?”
The Adrian Tonon Project will change the common misperception about philanthropy by following a simple ideology:
“Anyone can contribute to making this world a better place — one person at a time; everyone has something they can offer.”
Whether you donate your time mentoring a child, educating children on the importance of nutrition and healthy eating habits, or bringing others together to volunteer as a group, you empower those individuals to succeed to new heights and inspire others to do the same for someone else.