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noun as in humanitarianism

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Contact tracing, covid recovery, basic income, climate, philanthropy, and leading with innovation are just some of the topics we’ll discuss.

“Choosing not to test those who are asymptomatic is like saying we won’t fight the fire until it reaches the second floor,” said Brian Castrucci, chief executive officer of health philanthropy the de Beaumont Foundation.

It was created through a combination of philanthropy and support from a range of nations in order to provide this well-proven public-health tool of vaccines to the poorest countries of the world who otherwise might not have access.

Camelback acts as an incubator that helps support innovative and diverse leaders, so Walker and his team go out and recruit investors and philanthropies to fund their startups.

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The policy proposals will be shared with governors, both presidential campaigns, national political committees and leaders in other sectors, like philanthropy and education.

This huge transfer, the researchers believe, will usher in what they call “a golden age of philanthropy.”

Having worked in philanthropy myself, I can say that these figures are astounding.

Patreon was founded in San Francisco as a means of making arts philanthropy more accessible.

Although he has been involved in philanthropy and civic affairs, McCormick has never run for office before.

Ronaldo also does more than the perfunctory share of philanthropy that we expect from our athletic superstars.

I have never known a trader in philanthropy who was not wrong in his head or heart somewhere or other.

It is impossible for the worshippers of a tyrannical, partial, and cruel God to practise the duties of justice and philanthropy.

This was done partly out of philanthropy, partly because nothing is so efficient as dosing to take away prejudice!

It will be one of the fine ladies who are interested in philanthropy and politics.

Sensibility was a cultivated virtue, and philanthropy a pastime.


On this page you'll find 49 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to philanthropy, such as: charity, generosity, alms, alms-giving, altruism, and assistance.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.