Dr. Andy Khawaja of Allied Wallet was awarded an Honorary Citizenship in Boys Town, Nebraska, certificate for his community contribution by a globally active FinTech company offering various payment solutions in 196 countries.
Dr Andy Khawaja is a pioneer in the field of digital paging. Since he founded the company in 2005, he has been CEO of Allied Wallet. Allied Wallet offers digital wallets, commercial payments solutions, and prepaid card programs, one of the world’s foremost online payments processing service providers. Under the leadership of Dr. Andy Khawaja Allied Wallet has expanded to include global hubs such as Macao, Hong Kong and London from its original West Hollywood, California, and has served more than 150 million customers worldwide.
Dr Andy Khawaja also speaks as a motivational speaker at the Zayed University, the Abu Dhabi University, and the Lebanese American University and at conferences and conferences, including the World Lithuanian Youth Summit, in addition to his work in digital payment sector. He has also made him a sought-after consultant on global banking issues with his experience in the Middle East.
Dr Andy Khawaja is a committed community member and supplies not-for-profit groups like UCO, Wounded Warrior and the Foundation Brent Shapiro.
The founder of Allied Wallet always carried out a dedicated effort to reinforce the success of the company to the communities worldwide. For over a decade, the organizations have been supporting children, animals, police officers, veterans, various communities and disaster relief organizations with a positive impact.
The STAR Children, the Wounded Warrior Project, The Action Innocence, the Eagle and Badge Foundation, The After-School-All-Stars, Brent Shapiro Foundation, the ASACP, the Los Angeles Police Canine Association, The Heart Productions, The Hope for Change International and The Paralyzed Veterans of America all contribute. Some contributions from Allied Wallet are supported. Boys Town is a non-profit organization devoted to childcare and family care. In 1917, it was opened as a supporting youth center. Boys Town today has 9 sites throughout the U.S., offering shelter and guidance for children in difficulty. They help families, save and strengthen children.
Boys Town, Nebraska became a municipality in Nebraska in 1936 and has its own police and offices, churches and the post office. The characteristic town has about 400 boys and girls who live in the town and is named one of the ‘100 best young people communities.’
This certificate and recognition for their efforts and contributions to Boys Town are proud of Dr. Andy Khawaja and Allied Wallet “We look forward to helping the town of Boys make a difference with younger children today and provide more prosperity and success to these young adults,” Dr. Andy Khawaja said.