After a natural disaster has occurred, most people around the world want to know the details. Many individuals try to help by donating funds to provide relief to the individuals who were affected. However, after many months have passed, most people forget about what has happened and they follow the latest story. This is not true with Majeed Ekbal. He realizes that many people are still suffering in the country of Nepal. In April 2015, a 7.8 earthquake rocked the country. Many aftershocks followed throughout the month of April and on into May. Unfortunately, many individuals lost their life in this disaster. Others were injured, lost their homes, and have had their lives turned upside down. Even though many months have passed since the disaster, many people are still suffering.
Majeed Ekbal has set up a Go Fund Me campaign to help the individuals who are still suffering in the country of Nepal. It is his goal to raise $1 million for the victims. This will be contributed to a crowdrise campaign. The goal of this campaign is to provide disaster and medical help to the many victims who were affected by this earthquake. He has donated his own personal funds to the campaign. He is especially concerned about the suffering of the victims since many of his friends live in the country of Nepal.
Majeed Ekbal is well known in the Chicago area. He is a real estate investor. He also is a business owner. One of his recent business ventures was setting up a company that provides a grocery delivery service for business people. Individuals can use the Internet to choose grocery items and then purchase them. Majeed’s company then delivers these groceries. This is something that is helping many Chicago residents. It is also beneficial for individuals who would like to purchase from grocery store chains as well as small specialty shops in the Chicago area. His company delivers groceries via Federal Express to individuals who would like to purchase items from Chicago.
All funds that are donated to the victims of the Nepal earthquake are appreciated not only by Majeed, but also by the many victims who are still suffering.