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Saubhagya Sharma Honored with Youngest Philanthropist of the Year in Animal Welfare Award


Saubhagya Sharma, a 25-year-old animal lover from Guwahati, Assam, has been honored with the Youngest Philanthropist of the Year in Animal Welfare award at the Global Excellence Awards 2023 held in Mumbai on May 7. The award was presented to her by Madhuri Dixit Nene, a renowned animal lover and dog enthusiast.

Saubhagya was elated to receive the award. It was an honor to receive this award, and it will surely motivates her to continue the work towards animal welfare. Animals are sentient beings that deserve compassion and respect, and Saubhagya is committed to advocating for their rights.

Saubhagya has been passionate about animal welfare from a young age and began fostering animals in her early teens. She has volunteered at various animal shelters, orphanages, and old age homes during her free time while working in the H.R. team of a prominent international airline.

Driven by her love for animals, Saubhagya pursued a diploma in animal communication and psychology from the University of Whales, UK, and Celtic Learning Solution under Akshaya Kawle in Mumbai. She became inspired by Jo-Ann McArthur, adopted a vegan lifestyle and conducted multiple campaigns and events aimed at raising awareness and advocating for animal rights.

Saubhagya Sharma

Saubhagya’s objective is to advocate for all animals that cannot speak up for themselves and promote compassion instead of cruelty. She has even rescued and vaccinated over 800 strays in the country, single-handedly and without any donations.

Her selfless dedication and unwavering commitment to animal welfare have rightfully earned her the title of Youngest Philanthropist of the Year in Animal Welfare. Saubhagya hopes that her work will inspire more people to take action and contribute towards animal welfare.

The Global Excellence Awards aim to recognize and celebrate the achievements of individuals and organizations in various fields. The event was attended by a diverse range of people from different backgrounds, including entrepreneurs, philanthropists, and activists.

Saubhagya’s win has been applauded by various animal welfare organizations and activists across the country. Anand Siva, CEO of Peta India, said, “We are thrilled to hear that Saubhagya Sharma has been awarded the Youngest Philanthropist of the Year in Animal Welfare. Her work has made a significant impact in the field of animal welfare, and we hope that her story will inspire more people to take action and contribute towards animal rights.”

Saubhagya plans to use the award as a platform to further raise awareness about animal welfare and advocate for animal rights. She believes that animals deserve the same rights and freedoms as humans and hopes that her work will contribute towards a more compassionate society.

Being a philanthropist and animal welfare activist comes with its own set of rewards and benefits. One of the most significant benefits is the sense of fulfillment and satisfaction that comes with knowing that one is making a positive impact on the lives of animals and the environment. Philanthropists and animal welfare activists also get the opportunity to collaborate and work with like-minded individuals and organizations to create a lasting impact.

They can use their platform and resources to raise awareness about important issues and advocate for change. Additionally, being a philanthropist and animal welfare activist allows one to lead by example and inspire others to take action and contribute towards a more compassionate and sustainable world.

In conclusion, Saubhagya Sharma’s passion for animal welfare and her selfless dedication to the cause have rightfully earned her the title of Youngest Philanthropist of the Year in Animal Welfare. Her work has made a significant impact in the field of animal welfare, and she hopes to continue her efforts towards advocating for animal rights.

OVER 5600 PEOPLE FROM VIOLENCE-HIT MANIPUR TAKES SHELTER IN NEIGHBOURING STATES OF ASSAM, MIZORAM

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