Karmagawa is changing the world one nonprofit at a time
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TAMPA, Fla. - Floridant -- Karmagawa has added RVR Horse Rescue to their growing list of nonprofits from around the world that they've supported with generous donations. Their $50,000 combined donation to RVR Horse Rescue covers five month's worth of food, hay and veterinary care for the rescued and recovering horses in need.

Karmagawa is the philanthropic arm of co-founders Timothy Sykes and Mattheau Abad. Mr. Sykes is a penny stock trader known for turning his $12,415 bar mitzvah gift into millions of dollars of profits from day trading. He now teaches his trading techniques to others, while donating the proceeds from his own trading earnings. Mr. Abad is an internationally-recognized photographer who donates the proceeds of his photography. Their enormous donations to nonprofits around the world are truly life-changing.

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"Karmagawa's donations to RVR Horse Rescue helped keep us afloat during a challenging year," RVR's owner and founder Shawn Jayroe said. "While people were struggling to buy food for themselves during the pandemic, our donations dropped accordingly. But our horses still needed to eat. Karmagawa's donations took off the pressure we were under and I'm so grateful," she said.

Timothy Sykes learned about RVR Horse Rescue through word of mouth. That's how this modern-day Santa Claus goes about finding worthy organizations for https://karmagawa.org/ to help.

https://rvrhorserescue.org/ is one of many worldwide nonprofits that has been changed through the generosity of one man who risked his bar mitzvah money on penny stock trading while attending college.

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