Eight-Year-Old Philanthropist Makes A Difference In Women And Children's Lives

Author and philanthropist Bineta Ngom shares her life purpose journey in her new memoir "Becoming an Angel of Change"
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LOS ANGELES - Sept. 27, 2021 - PRLog -- "Becoming an Angel of Change: Life Changing Stories to Help You Discover Your Strength, Your Uniqueness, and Your Purpose," by philanthropist and author Bineta Ngom is a story of overcoming adversity through determination, commitment, and an overwhelming desire to inspire others. Her memoir serves as an inspirational guide for people searching for their life purpose, as noted by the  author in a recent interview, "The strong message from this book is for my readers to know that their lives are their choices, and being aware of their identities, their purposes, and their potentials is critical to their successes."

People are already talking about Ngom's book -"Becoming an Angel of Change" by Bineta Ngom, "is the book you need if you feel a little lost or are looking for a way to be an angel of change in someone's life," says Tammy Ruggles, a reviewer for Reader Views.

Becoming an Angel of Changes also highlights the foundation created by the author, The Family Bridge Foundation, and how it came to be. When asked about The Family Bridge Foundation Ngom says: "I fell in love with philanthropy at the age of eight…I felt like I was guided, I was chosen to do this. I also realized that it was a must to create a foundation to fulfill the purpose of my life which is improving women and children 'lives."

Becoming an Angel of Change: Life Changing Stories to Help You Discover Your Strength, Your Uniqueness, and Your Purpose, by Bineta Ngom (ISBN: 9781647751784, I Have Something To Say Press (2021) is available for pre-order now on Amazon.com and available through local and online bookstores after its release in August 2021

About the Author

Bineta Ngom was born in Senegal, West Africa in 1964. She grew up without her father, who died when she was a little over four years old. She was raised by her mother who taught her how to appreciate life and serve people in need even when the family was enduring hardship. Bineta is the founder of Family Bridge Foundation, a non-profit organization improving women and children's lives in Senegal and feeding the homeless in Los Angeles. She also created recently an organization called Bargny Diaspora to assemble all people from Bargny living in the Diaspora to work together for the development of Bargny and its populations.

For more information visit ihavesomethingtosaypress.com or binetangom.com Publicity contact: admin@readerviews.com. Review ARC copies and e-books available upon request.

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