The Dutch are generally one of the most generous people in Europe, when it comes to charitable donations. Two-thirds of people in the Netherlands contribute money to charity every year, according to an international survey on the topic of charity and donations, conducted by the GfK Verein in 14 countries.
The Dutch entrepreneur Marcel Sanders is no exception, a multimillionaire which started in the real estate sector partnering with the biggest players in the industry such as the President of Benfica football club. Marcel Sanders lost part of his fortune during the 2007 recession and became a target and victim of defamation.
Today, Marcel Sanders is an upcoming mining tycoon co-owner of mining exploration licenses over 3 times the surface area Lichtenstein with an abundance of gold and copper mineral resources. Marcel Sanders has exceeded his expectations in the mining sector and has set his heart to helping by contributing part of his fortune from his gold mines towards the local community within his mining provinces.
Although, Marcel Sanders is not a fan of social media and public exposure, he is targeting and contributing a part of his proceeds to helping victims of social media bullying and donating to the less fortunate in the communities of operation. Marcel Sanders will sponsor and launch in the latter part of 2021 a peer to peer platform whereby donors can donate with zero fees, directly to their donee which is traceable and transparent via the blockchain. The platform will enable direct communications between the gift donor and donee. Marcel Sanders says from the quote of Paul Shane Spear, “As one person I cannot change the world, but I can change the world of one person”.