Sanjay Shah a hedge fund manager who is also a British millionaire narrates that he first developed full interest in autism rock fundraising when snoop Dog visited his home at Dubai. Since then he took responsibility of persuading other global superstars to engage in the charity work. His focus was sharpened more the moment his youngest son got diagnosed with autism. This personal crisis made Shah have an organized fashion towards charitable contributions. Over the past 10 years, he has been sponsoring lots of kids in India through Plan International. He narrates that in most instances he would only give to charity and not focus on what the money would do.
Recap of Sanjay Shah
Sanjay Shah was born in September 1970. He went to Kings College where he had his focus on medicine. He is the chief executive officer of autism rocks organisation. Shah is a great businessman who has had networks for over 39 different companies situated in London, Dubai, Malta, and British Virgin Islands among others. Shah also owns Solo Capital Partners and is the chief head of this great company controlled by Solo Group Holdings. Shah resigned from Varengold Bank on December 7, 2015 where he served the supervisory board as a member.
Autism Rocks were founded by Sanjay Shah in 2014 and this organization aims at raising awareness and finding possible solutions and research regarding autism. This has been made easier through funds from donations and concerts. Exclusive concerts have been arranged by Shah both in London and Dubai. These concerts feature acts like Lenny Kravitz, Snoop Dogg and several Dj’s who are renowned. In addition, Shah also bought for the organisation webpage an autism domain which amounted to 100000 USD.
According to research, achild tends to developquickly if he or she gets up for at least 20 hours per week. The condition requires full time therapy and if one is not in a position to afford for the treatment charges, the child might develop at a very slow rate. This has been the driving force for Shah to come up with an autism center in Dubai to help people unable to raise the lump sum amounts.