Examples of philanthropic in a Sentence
a philanthropic society that has been doing good for over a century
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Many of the public schools trying to combine edtech and personalised learning are supported by philanthropic organisations such as the Gates Foundation.
Two of the organizations involved, Plan International and CARE, are partners of Glamour's philanthropic initiative, The Girl Project.
A portion of each member’s joining fee is directed to the club’s philanthropic activities in support of arts access and education.
The brand has a reputation for being one of the most progressive, philanthropic brands in beauty.
There is philanthropic support for these kinds of activities today.
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.
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