Examples of philanthropic in a Sentence
a philanthropic society that has been doing good for over a century
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A Ramona high school senior was among 23 students countywide named 2017 Cox Scholars and awarded scholarships from Cox Charities, the philanthropic arm of Cox Communications.
His Omaha, Nebraska, home is worth $652,619—he bought it for $31,500 in 1958—and 99 percent of his wealth is channeled into philanthropic interests.
Foundations: Two independent foundations, The Kislak Family Foundation Inc. and the Jay I. Kislak Foundation Inc., endowed by Jay I. Kislak and his family to carry out active philanthropic and educational programs.
In addition to co-designing a collection, Gomez is also collaborating with the brand on its philanthropic projects.
So far Amazon’s highest profile philanthropic effort has been its relationship with Mary’s Place.
To view the video honoring Lawrence go to www.youtube.com/watch?v=2CCQiF6olsU. Numerous volunteers joined co-chairs Dustin Symes and Laurie Zapletal, and philanthropic chairs Trish and Dan Bell, to create a successful gathering.
But the philanthropic efforts are taking hold so rapidly that there has been little public scrutiny.
Since the walk's inception in 2014, more than $500,000 has been raised by friends and neighbors helping friends and neighbors in support of Cancer LifeNet, which is funded solely by philanthropic support.
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