Examples of philanthropic in a Sentence
a philanthropic society that has been doing good for over a century
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Groups tapped to rebuild the state include the Asia World Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Asia World, a conglomerate run by Steven Law, the son of a heroin kingpin.
In her role, Biddle Clarke will guide the Akron General Foundation's regional philanthropic efforts.
This is a reset, a nod to the overwhelming support for the plan, both in Jefferson City and within Kansas City’s philanthropic community.
Showing Berding positive programs and people invested in the community was important because FC Cincinnati has a philanthropic side too, Cooper said.
In the philanthropic world prior to the creation of the global conflicts institution, the Pearsons perhaps had been best known for underwriting the Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Oslo.
In appreciation of his good fortune, and his generous, philanthropic nature, John formed The Brunetti Foundation to contribute to many worthy causes throughout the country which are chosen by members of the Brunetti Family.
The difference between the World Bank initiative and loans from the Chinese government is that the latter don’t come with philanthropic directives, which at least gives the illusion that Ethiopia is steering its own growth.
John Legend and Chrissy Teigen are the latest celebrity philanthropic supporters of the Parkland shooting survivors and the anti-gun March for Our Lives movement—the couple just donated $25,000 to the cause.
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