George started fundraising for international charity WaterAid when he was 12, for his Bar Mitzvah, by organizing several quiz evenings and a raffle, raising over $16,000 (£13,000). Having lobbied for his school, City of London School, to support them the year after, he was invited to Zambia to visit some of WaterAid’s projects. Upon returning to London, he started speaking in schools about why poverty is such an important issue and sharing his experiences and ideas.  In 2013, he founded a Jewish acapella quartet, The 4 Sons, which donates all proceeds to three different charities, having so far sold over 1,000 CDs and raised over $46,000 (£37,000). Aged 15, he was selected as a young ambassador for Action/2015, lobbying to politicians and party leaders to push for the most ambitious SDGs possible and in July 2015, he received a ‘Point of Light’ Award from Prime Minister David Cameron on account of his raising funds and awareness for WaterAid. George then became Head of Charity at his school, leading an appeal which raised over $80,000 (£64,000) for Farm Africa. George is now an ambassador for sustainable education charity ‘SEEd’ and hopes to become a trustee on his 18th birthday. Through continuing to speak to different audiences, he hopes to inspire more young people to engage in the SDGs in order to solve global issues, especially related to water and sanitation, which he has always valued as fundamental human rights and catalysts for development.