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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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She said: "Alwaleed Philanthropies places huge importance on its partnership with the Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance -- and specifically their INFUSE Initiative -- to boost immunization in the world's poorest countries.
"Alwaleed Philanthropies has been a steadfast supporter of our mission to ensure no child goes without life-saving vaccines," said Dr.
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This year the investment from Alwaleed Philanthropies will support innovations uniquely positioned to address immunisation challenges in urban settings.
"The Atlantic Philanthropies is one of the most significant nonprofits in New York City.
Our commission does not believe that, in purely fiscal terms, private philanthropies can make up the difference in so-called "shortfalls" in government spending.
Private foundations and philanthropies conduct too much study, too little direct service, and too little hard-nosed evaluation of what they get for their money.
Alwaleed Philanthropies is a pioneer in housing initiatives, in which eligible citizens were granted housing units.
and Asia-Pacific programs for Atlantic Philanthropies, explained simply, "The board has decided it would cease to fund not-for-profit research in the U.S."