Brian Fielding is making his charity website, brianfieldingcharities.com, an online hub for the latest news on cancer charities’ events, stories and calls to action.
There are large and small charities out there that are helping cancer victims in various ways, said Brian Fielding, who is a real estate investor and philanthropist. From cancer research to providing wigs or vacations, he feels all of these charities are deserving of national attention and assistance.
The idea came to Brian Fielding when he began supporting Send Me on Vacation, a non-profit organization that allows women with breast cancer to go on dream vacations with their families in order to lend them some emotional support. As he supported and spoke to friends about these charities, he said he realized few people had heard of the charity, even with a website of its own. The creation of a central online home for low-profile charities such as this would help further their causes, he decided.
The Brian Fieldling Charities website’s blog will now include articles on other charities and their events. Brian Fielding is putting out a call to other charity organizations – large and small – to submit their own articles for posting. Articles are not automatically posted, but will be reviewed to ensure it meets the goals of the site.
Additionally, the Brian Fielding Charities website will soon feature a page entitled “Our Charity Partners.” This page will highlight the charities that actively submit content for the blog or that asked to be considered for promotion.
As a commercial real estate industry veteran, Brian Fielding helps charitable organizations around the globe through financial support as well as advocating for them on various online platforms, including brianfieldingcharities.com. His website serves as a hub for charities of all sizes to share their events, stories and calls to action in one online locale. Financially supporting every charity would be wonderful, but is not feasible, Brian Fielding said. However, informing the masses of these charities and creating conversation about their efforts can generate more recognition and donations.