Examples of philanthropic in a Sentence
a philanthropic society that has been doing good for over a century
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The Newman's Own Foundation was created to sustain the legacy of his philanthropic work in 2005.
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In addition, Hov's philanthropic work has been highly documented through his Shawn Carter Foundation, which works to further education for those with socio-economic hardships.
Some investors in Uranium One, which owns uranium mines in the United States, had donated to her husband’s global philanthropic foundation.
Major League Baseball has been recognizing players for their philanthropic work since 1971.
How a 20-something home health aide came to be the wealthy head of a philanthropic foundation is a bit of a mystery, even among those closest to Mr. Bisram.
Take Gaga, for instance: a rape survivor who went on to become one of the best-selling musical artists of all time with six Grammys, a Golden Globe, and a philanthropic foundation doing transformational activism on LGBTQ issues.
Willett Advisors is an investment manager for Michael R. Bloomberg and his philanthropic foundation.
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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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