#12DaysOfGiving Day 8: Lotay Yang & Black Card Circle Foundation

Lotay Yang

Lotay Yang

Day 8 features Lotay Yang (@Lotay).

Lotay was one of the first connected with when I first got active on twitter several years ago. He’s been recognized as someone using twitter to inspire the world, but, having had the chance to spend time with him both personally and at his Black Card Circle Foundation events, I can vouch that inspiring is who he is all the time, not just online.

Lotay has a heart to give, and genuine wants to see others be the most kind, loving versions of themselves possible.

His Twitter bio reads:

Founder, Black Card Circle®; Chairman, Black Card Circle Foundation; Philanthropist; Music Lover

Accordingly, his charity of choice is the Black Card Circle Foundation.


“We cannot all do great things, but we can do small things with great love.” Mother Teresa of Calcutta

Black Card Circle (BCC) and Black Card Circle Foundation (BCCF) were founded as acts of love for God and for my father who passed away when I was 21.

I believe that each one of us can make a difference if we simply try; and BCC and BCCF bring people together to make a difference together, united in taking a stand against evil and evil doers.

I believe genuine love can and does overcome, and if each one of us took a stand for something we loved and believed in, the world would be a kinder place for our children and next of kin.

BCC and BCCF are committed to making our world a better place for our generation and generations to follow. Will you join us?

 You don’t need that latte… Skip it and give $10 to the Black Card Circle Foundation!

Black Card Circle Foundation, http://BlackCardCircleFoundation.org, is a non-profit vehicle by which philanthropic deeds are completed, specifically awareness raising of non-profit organizations that promote Self-Reliance and Sustainability. I founded Black Card Circle Foundation (BCCF) in honor of my father after he passed away to continue spreading his love, warmth, and compassion for people. BCCF is my passion; it’s my primary motivation in doing what I do in philanthropy; and it’s what I want to be remembered for. The Black Card Circle Foundation is a wholly independent, volunteer run organization recognized by the United States Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) public charity. (Please read this blog post for more details re: Black Card Circle Foundation: http://post.ly/jJe1)

 Enough reading, start donating!

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