Philanthropy

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Philanthropy

The practice of a wealthy individual or corporation giving money to charity or other programs designed to help others. The term is most applicable when the individual or corporation starts his/her/its own programs. For example, Bill Gates established the Gates Foundation to perform a variety of philanthropic activities such as agricultural development and the establishment of libraries.
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Tel est du moins l'objectif poursuivi par les reformistes et les philanthropes aussi bien en Grande-Bretagne, qu'aux Etats-Unis, au Canada ou au Quebec.
She through Philanthrope has taken up the mega project of equipping the masses with their own disaster preparedness and her mission is "to "TRAIN ONE PERSON EVERY HOUSEHOLD IN INDIA IN SAFETY PREPAREDNESS" so that valuable lives can be saved.
With the aim of saving lives, Philanthrope conducts free-of-cost workshops for training on Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management with government, Public sector and private organizations, which are on the frontline in encountering with such emergency situations.
There are, for example, an economist, a negrophile and a philanthrope among them.
Officiellement denomme "prix de la Banque de Suede en sciences economiques en memoire d'Alfred Nobel", le Nobel d'economie, le seul non prevu dans le testament du philanthrope suedois, est decerne depuis 1969.