Matthew C. Martino is tipped to be UK’s Youngest Philanthropist and the serial entrepreneurs efforts are paying off as he has been nominated for the UK Trust Awards 2015. An extract on his nomination page reads:
“Matthew C. Martino is a 22year old film executive, entrepreneur and philanthropist. Coming from humble beginnings in Zimbabwe, Africa he has gone through a steep learning curve to now run a very successful enterprise and in early 2014 he launched his international charity MMBF Trust with a £50,000 endowment. He has this year pledged to donate all his earnings and royalties to charity. He is now set to devoting most of his successes to helping young people get ahead and become success stories. As well as his businesses Lets Fly Academy & MMD-Tech Martino is also an active angel investor who engages and invests in start-ups.”
Martino known in the aviation world for his pilots manual Lets Fly and training firm Lets Fly Academy is also a film producer as he specialises in production and funding of film and TV projects. He most recently supported The Greenwich Show which premièred on The Community Channel on Sunday 23rd of August.
Speaking of his nomination to Hollywood Herald the 22year old said ‘Im honoured to be considered for such an excellent award and I wish all other entrants all the best’.
Martino is also in development of his latest community project being dubbed ‘The Matthew Martino Enterprise Award’ which will be an enterprise scheme supporting young people to start their own business, under the scheme they will be provided a start-up grant, mentoring, business coaching, free business qualifications and an opportunity to attend key business events across the UK.
Vote for Matthew today on – http://www.thetrustawards.com/uk/companies/mmbf-trust/