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David and Mari Clack

Here’s a photo for The Inlander’s InHealth magazine of David, left, and Mari Clack, philanthropists in Spokane, Wash. who have helped medical students. https://www.inlander.com/spokane/passing-the-torch/Content?oid=4937596 25 more words

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7 things you can do for your country right from home

This Independence Day,
Don’t ask what this country has done for you, ask what you can do for this country!”

  1. Plant a tree…
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Introducing a Top Line Entrepreneur

Marcio Garcia de Andrade has consistently built great businesses for over a decade. His interests span from creating private/corporate websites to enabling start-ups access to funds to drive their various initiatives. 437 more words

Marcio Andrade

Author and Philanthropist Germaine Moody is Today's Honoree

Germaine Moody is a philanthropist, investor, entrepreneur, entertainment executive and best-selling author, revered as a global networking icon and one of the most connected professionals in the world.  189 more words

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Mr. Philanthropist Capitalist

A postage stamp used like a Band-Aid to suture the edges of a paper wound. And on the coffee table a glass brimming with tap water trembles from a philanthropist’s footsteps, footsteps galvanized by a frantic pace, directing him to grab items off the shelves and fidget with price tags fastened, loosely. 126 more words

A mosque named after woman merchant and philanthropist

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

In Singapore, relatively few roads and places are named after women and the same goes for mosques.

Hajjah Fatimah Mosque in Beach Road stands out for being one of the few named after a woman. 926 more words

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Famous ‘Giving Pledge’: Well Known Persons Now Signatories, Could Change Relationship between Rich and Poor – Local Philanthropist

Since the new millennium there has been a greater sense of urgency among some of the world’s richest to give to charity as much of their wealth as possible during their lifetime, a sentiment shared by executive chairman of Cool Corporation Joe Issa who, noting he is pleased that more rich people are feeling that way, stated “this could bring about a change in the relationship between the rich and the poor.” 587 more words

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