Dr. Andy Khawaja and Allied Wallet – a internationally leading provider of majority online payment processing – were obtainable with a certificate of gratitude for the substantial aids and devotion they have shown to Paralyzed Veterans of America.
Allied Wallet and its humanitarian CEO has showed continual support for many reasons for over a decade now and a large part of its outreach has been dedicated to United States Veterans.
They have made significant contributions to groups such as the Wounded Warrior Project, American Red Cross, Eagle and Badge Foundation, ASACP, After-School All-Stars, Brent Shapiro Foundation, Action Innocence, Los Angeles Police Canine Association, From the Heart Productions, Hope for Change International, and STAR Team for the Children.
“We feel it’s part of our responsibility to leverage our ‘Fintech’ accomplishment to give back to groups like Paralyzed Veterans of America and many more. Groups like this honor those who have protected freedoms and allow us to do business as we do. For this, we are grateful,” says Dr. Andy Khawaja.
Allied Wallet is in the business of connecting buyers and sellers and enabling them to transact securely online.
“Veterans protect the ability of people all over the world to enjoy certain freedoms and luxuries such as shopping online,” Khawaja added, “… and we strive to give back.”
Allied Wallet has always shown true dedication to their clients, customers, and global societies as a whole. CEO Andy Khawaja proudly accepted the award on Allied Wallet’s behalf.