Examples of philanthropic in a Sentence
a philanthropic society that has been doing good for over a century
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The 24-bed facility opened in 1992 with the help of a $18.5 million grant from the late Joan Kroc, the philanthropic juggernaut and wife of McDonald’s chief, Ray Kroc, and former owner of the San Diego Padres.
Playing football allows him to take care of his family and to do philanthropic work that’s meaningful to him.
The alumni community represents more than 60,000 alumni and membership is open to alumni, students, parents, faculty, staff and all philanthropic supporters.
That makes the June donation his biggest since 2000, as well as the biggest share donation in 2017 among very rich and philanthropic men.
A philanthropic soup workshop begins at 10 a.m. Lunch and meeting 1 p.m. 2243 Longview Dr., Woodbridge.
Many of the public schools trying to combine edtech and personalised learning are supported by philanthropic organisations such as the Gates Foundation.
Investors, both philanthropic and otherwise, are excited.
The Association of Professional Researchers for Advancement, an organization that analyzes best practices for philanthropic giving, has more than 2,000 members nationwide.
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First Known Use of philanthropic
Synonymsaltruistic, beneficent, benevolent, do-good, eleemosynary, good, humanitarian, charitable (also philanthropical)
Antonymsself-centered, self-concerned, selfish
Related Wordsselfless, self-sacrificing; bighearted, bounteous, bountiful, free, freehanded, generous, greathearted, handsome, liberal, magnanimous, munificent, openhanded, openhearted, unselfish, unsparing; compassionate, humane, kind, kindhearted; social-minded
Near Antonymsself-indulgent, self-seeking; cheap, closefisted, miserly, niggardly, parsimonious, stingy, tight, tightfisted; hard-hearted, pitiless, unfeeling; self-obsessed
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