3 Ways to Donate to Unbound

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Zariq Siddiqui serves as sales director of Abbot Laboratories, Inc., located in Chicago, Illinois. In this position, Zariq Siddiqui oversees sales training, sales operations, and sales analytics, as well as a range of national group purchasing organizations (GPOs) and integrated delivery networks (IDNs). Beyond his professional activities, he donates to multiple organizations, including Unbound.

Formerly know as the Christian Foundation for Children and Aging, Unbound is a nonprofit committed to helping underserved families fulfill their goals and become self-sufficient. Unbound utilizes 92.7 percent of its expenses for program support to ensure that the majority of the donations it receives goes toward the needs of the families it serves. Listed below are three ways in which one can donate to Unbound.

1. Make a targeted donation. This donation option allows an individual donor to contribute funds to a specific issue of their choosing, such as education, disaster response, or health.

2. Donate in the memory of deceased family member or friend. Unbound provides donors with a memorial card as part of this donation option.

3. Explore employer-matching donation programs. This is a way for an individual donor to find out if their employer will offer to match their donation. Sometimes, an employer will launch a program if it doesn’t offer one already.

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Three of Heifer International’s End Hunger and Poverty Programs

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The recipient of a bachelor’s in forensic science from the State University of New York, Zariq Siddiqui serves as sales director with global health care company Abbott Laboratories. In addition to his professional endeavors, Zariq Siddiqui is a supporter of Heifer International, which strengthens local economies worldwide through community development initiatives focused on the environment as well as food security and nutrition.

Heifer International, operating on four continents, currently has 16 ongoing long-term projects, including the following three.

1. Heifer USA – The nonprofit’s lone US-based program, located in Arkansas, is supported by partners Rotary International and Baptist Health, among others. The program seeks to build and rehabilitate local food systems via economic support for small-scale farmers. The project is expected to conclude by 2020, by which time Heifer International hopes to increase the average income of farmers in the region by 30 percent.

2. San Seco Dry Corridor Program – With funding from OXFAM Great Britain and Veterinarians Without Borders, among others, this project aims to improve the economies and nutritional security of rural communities in the dry forest regions of South and Central America. San Seco emphasizes conservation and recovery of the surrounding ecosystem and diversification of income for farmers.

3. Promesa Coffee and Cocoa Program – Assisting as many as 164,000 families in seven different countries across North and South America, this program was launched in 2014 as a means of implementing actions to support small-scale cacao and coffee bean growers in managing food insecurity and their dependence on a seasonal product.

Empower Children and Families with Unbound Sponsorship

 

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A certified medical representative, Zariq Siddiqui continues nearly three decades in the healthcare industry through his current position as the director of sales at the nutritional-product firm Abbott Laboratories. Alongside his career, Zariq Siddiqui has supported charitable organizations such as the Christian Foundation for Children and Aging, known as Unbound since 2014.

An international nonprofit organization dedicated to helping raise children and families out of poverty, Unbound accomplishes this goal through the generosity of its sponsors. These sponsors supply the financial assistance to help support individuals in poverty as well as furnishing a personal relationship of encouragement through the development of friendships.

Those who choose to sponsor a child with Unbound provide needed services such as education and healthcare. These funds also allow families to help them help themselves. For example, donations also supply individuals with seed capital for their farms and small businesses, empowering them to earn their own income and become able to provide for their children themselves.

For more information about the process or to find a child to sponsor, visit Unbound’s website at www.unbound.org.

Sponsor a Family, Student, or Elder Through Unbound

 

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After proving himself as a senior manager of sales operations and strategy at Abbott Laboratories, Inc., in Chicago Illinois, Zariq Siddiqui took on the role of sales director. Outside of his work as a sales leader, Zariq Siddiqui spends time contributing to charities such as Unbound and Habitat for Humanity.

Unbound, formerly the Christian Foundation for Children and Aging, is a Kansas City-based charity that provides aid to families living in poverty as they work toward achieving financial stability and a brighter future. Individuals can support the Unbound mission in a number of ways, beginning by signing up as a sponsor.

Monthly sponsorships begin at $36, though individuals can contribute a different amount if they desire. All money collected from general sponsors helps the organization to source food, make necessary home repairs, purchase new clothes, and make other life changing improvements for its beneficiaries. Donors can also choose to support a child’s future education by signing up as a student sponsor.

More sponsorship information, including elder sponsorship opportunities, can be found online at www.unbound.org.

Unbound’s Programs Help Families in Poverty Become Self-Sufficient

 

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Since July 1999, Zariq Siddiqui has been with Abbott Laboratories, a leading health care company based in Chicago, Illinois. He currently serves as Abbott’s nutrition products sales director, overseeing the sales training, analytics, and operations of distributors and group purchasing organizations. Outside of his professional career, Zariq Siddiqui contributes to several philanthropic organizations, including Unbound.

Formerly known as the Christian Foundation for Children and Aging, Unbound is a lay Catholic nonprofit organization dedicated to serving individuals and families in need. Unbound focuses its efforts on children, youth, the aging population, and their families, with services and programs offered in 19 countries. The organization works with families at the grassroots level, helping them come together in small groups to support each other. Programs are aimed at strengthening communities so that they can become self-sufficient.

One of Unbound’s sponsored programs is the Miracle Seed Rice Mill project of Quezon, Philippines. Constructed in 2009 by Unbound-sponsored families in the region, the Miracle Seed Mill benefits Quezon’s rice-farming families who are unable to earn a sufficient income selling to middlemen and other mills. In addition to employing local rice mill operators, the Miracle Seed Mill purchased the palay, or paddy, rice grain from local farmers and supplied milled rice to sponsored families. Unbound’s outcome assessment showed that the mill had moderately improved the incomes of the farmers who used it. It also improved the food supply for farmers’ families and the quality of their diets.

Heiffer International’s East Africa Youth Inclusion Program

 

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A graduate of the State University of New York with a bachelor’s in forensic science, Zariq Siddiqui serves as nutrition products sales director at Abbott Laboratories, Inc., in Chicago. Outside of work, Zariq Siddiqui contributes to several charitable organizations, such as Heifer International.

Heifer International recently launched the East Africa Youth Inclusion Program, a new initiative that aims to help youth in Uganda and Tanzania start businesses or find employment in the agricultural and dairy industries. Created in collaboration with the Mastercard Foundation, the $19 million project will likely be especially beneficial to youth who live near the growing dairy hubs.

Heifer International already operates a 600-member dairy and livestock farmers’ cooperative as part of its East African Dairy Development project. The cooperative has helped local farmers improve their dairy practices and get higher prices for their milk through their collective negotiating power.

As a result of this growth, young people have been finding jobs as delivery drivers to take milk to local dairy cooperatives. In turn, the economy has seen a ripple effect, with roadside shops opening to provide food and beverages to cooperative workers and drivers. With the new East Africa Youth Inclusion Program, Heifer International and Mastercard hope to continue this growth in the local dairy and agricultural industry and help position these young people for a brighter future.

Giving to Unbound Through Work

 

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Zariq Siddiqui is an experienced senior sales executive who currently directs nutrition product sales at Abbott Laboratories in Chicago, Illinois. Outside of the professional environment, Zariq Siddiqui contributes to multiple charities including the international non-profit Unbound Child Sponsorship.

Formerly known as the Christian Foundation for Children and Aging, Unbound works with people of all faiths to provide essential services for individuals living in poverty all over the world. It primarily focuses on the young, the elderly, and the families that support them.

In addition to accepting donations directly, Unbound supports a number of innovative ways to give at work. Through its employer matching program, Unbound donors can as much as double or triple their overall gifts by soliciting matching commitments from the companies that utilize them.

Unbound accepts contributions via payroll deduction as part of the Combined Federal Campaign, a government initiative that strives to make charitable giving easier. Unbound also participates in multi-individual state employee giving campaigns, as well as multiple employer-sponsored programs of the United Way.