philanthropic gift

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n philanthropic gift voluntary promotion of human welfare
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Usage

In literature:

The limitation of wealth by law has received the approval of some of the most gifted as well as philanthropic of minds.
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In news:

Bob Slobe, president of the North Sacramento Land Co. Is known for philanthropic gifts and strong opposition to campers in the American River Parkway.
Retaining the right to use your primary residence or vacation home while making a lifetime gift to New York Public Radio might also be a good way to accomplish your philanthropic goals, without giving up your comfort.
Oregon Health & Science University announced this afternoon their largest philanthropic gift ever: $125 million from Phil and Penny Knight to establish OHSU Cardiovascular Institute.
We chose to count pledges because we believe gifts alone don't adequately reflect a philanthropic culture in which donors often make sweeping multiyear promises that inspire their peers to greater charitable endeavors.
Stewart Rahr, the flamboyant philanthropic billionaire announced today several recent philanthropic gifts.
Retaining the right to use your primary residence or vacation home while making a lifetime gift to New York Public Radio might also be a good way to accomplish your philanthropic goals, without giving up your comfort.
The News-Enterprise reports Charley Nell Llewellyn's gift is expected to generate about $100,000 a year and is the largest philanthropic gift in the county's history.
She gave to arts groups with philanthropic gifts and years of leadership that included serving on the Dallas Symphony Association's subcommittee for design and construction of the Meyerson Symphony Center.
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