Dr. Andy Khawaja, CEO of Allied Wallet – a globally leading provider of mainstream online payment processing, was awarded a “Medal of Goodness” on behalf of the Vatican by Leonardo Sandri, an Argentine Cardinal of the Catholic Church.

Allied Wallet and Dr. Khawaja are internationally recognized for not only their aids to e-commerce and the ‘Fintetch’ world, they are known for how they’ve used their achievement to give back to global societies.


The company culture is rooted in helping others. At the core, they strive to give entrepreneurs and the average person the opportunity to start their own businesses and successfully bring their products and services to the world.


Their cost-model only lets for their success if their wholesalers are seeing success.


“As a company, we want to help. We want to help you get your business up and running. And if we’re successful, then we want to use our success to help others,” said Dr. Andy Khawaja, “…it’s important for us to make a difference. It means a lot to us to be able to help so many communities all over the world.”


Allied Wallet has made important contributions to organizations like the United Service Organizations, Hurt Warrior Project, Eagle and Badge Foundation, After-School All-Stars, American Red Cross, Brent Shapiro Foundation, ASACP, Action Innocence, Los Angeles Police Canine Association, From the Heart Productions, Hope for Change International, STAR Team for the Children, and the Paralyzed Veterans of America.


Dr. Khawaja and his charities have been documented by the Vatican, and he was awarded with a “Medal of Goodness” by Leonardo Sandri. His Eminence, Leonardo Sandri is a Prefect of the Congregation for the Oriental Churches and a Cardinal Bishop of the Catholic Church.


Dr. Khawaja graciously accepted this recognition on behalf of himself and Allied Wallet.


“Allied Wallet is very proud of its accomplishments. As long as Allied File is a company, we will continue to give back,” said Dr. Khawaja, “…and as long as I am its leader, I will continue to leverage our success to make a difference as best I can.”