An 18-year-old Iranian immigrant who is a self-made millionaire is donating €100,000 to victims of the Manchester terror attack.
Alireza Dehghan, CEO of DPPM Holdings in London, gave the huge donation following Monday night’s attacks which killed 22 people and wounded 64.
So far over £4 million has been raised for the victims of the Manchester terror attack.
In addition, Alireza has created a hotline for victims who need help. This help may include medical coverage, housing, transportation needs or just someone to talk to.
Dehghan is also working to set up a fund to offer victims a vacation after what he hopes is a speedy recovery for all.
“I just want to help. I have extensive resources, and will leverage those resources in any way I can in order to help the victims,” states Dehghan.
The hot-line is available 24/7, and Dehghan is asking any agencies who would like to participate or be listed as a resource to reach out.
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