The well-known entrepreneurs and philanthropists gave it their all to help people amidst the Covid crisis.
It is astounding to know about all those people and professionals who, instead of blindly following the crowd or becoming shadows of other established names in their industries, choose to walk on unconventional paths, learn each day, face challenges head-on, overcome them and then create their own path to growth and success in their chosen industries to become not just successful names, but also influential figures.
It is necessary to put more light on the stories and successes of these professionals, Zaf Baker and Adam Baker who through their conscious and meaningful efforts and initiatives they have taken in their hands as compassionate souls to help people during the Covid crisis.
Zaf and Adam have made a massive impact on others through their inspiring entrepreneurial journey and philanthropy projects over the years. As investors, they have proved their excellence to the world and have excelled incredibly as astute business owners and professionals.
They played huge roles in helping thousands of Covid victims by providing them with food, shelter, masks, and other hygienic items. The brothers recently auctioned off a highly sought-after prized possession for charity proceeds, given to them and hand signed by Diego Maradona himself. Zaf highlights that helping others is fundamental, and by coming forward for others, people must set examples for others, especially the younger generation.
Adding more to it, Adam states that it was the most important lesson they were taught growing up and it doesn’t deserve any praise as being able to help others is a privilege.
Zaf and Adam are often seen with their high profile friends which include Hollywood actors and the worlds best footballers with whom they share personal relationships with.
The brothers are renowned for their philanthropy over the years and want to continue making a difference in people’s lives, with Zaf saying that he has made it his top priority, especially after he spent most of his time volunteering at orphanages and old age homes during the covid crisis.