Bhanu Choudhrie’s Path To Success (PTS) Making Life-Changing Impacts In UK And India

Philanthropy runs in Bhanu Choudhrie’s family. That is evidenced by Path To Success (PTS), a charitable forum that believes every child has a chance to be successful. PTS was patronized by Bhanu’s mother, Anita, whose philanthropic endeavors were inspired by her late father. Bhanu has vowed to carry the mantle forward by providing education chances to the youths who cannot afford it and helping the disabled group. Bhanu Choudhrie also does outreach by supporting the sick with limited finances to cater to the treatment and long-term healthcare requirements.

With the Hindu philosophy in mind, he has to give to humanity to gain more. He believes that he will reach more children, youths, and the sick in society through PTS. Bhanu Choudhrie’s PTS outreach is changing lives both in the London and India. He says that the Indian population is large but may are floating in abject poverty. He points out that children take education for granted in the US and UK, but when you take it to the poor, they will appreciate and use it to change their lives. PTS teaches the needy how to use rare opportunities to improve their lives and also help others. Bhanu Choudhrie says that when you teach people, especially children, to uphold their traditional values and appreciate multi-cultures, they grow up knowing that everyone is essential regardless of their culture and race.

Having come from India, Bhanu Choudhrie knows what ails the larger population. He says PTS focuses more on India because of poverty. Impoverished Indian children are willing to go back to school, but they cannot afford school fees and uniforms even with the intense desire. The situation is dire for those living with various disabilities. PTS steps in for such children and bails out the parents by providing such basic requirements. Bhanu Choudhrie London says every child has a chance of going back to school to mold their future, whether able, disabled, poor, or rich.

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