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Philanthropic support policy.

We have shared all the philanthropists who have taken a giving pledge.
By March 2018, we plan to share about 1000 philanthropists in different countries in the world.

Share philanthropists
If you know any individual who donates more than USD 100000 to philanthropy, send a mail to the editor

In India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Srilanka, all countries in africa, share philanthropists who have given more than Rs 1000000/- per year (Rs 10 Lacs per year) for philanthropy issues.
In other countries, share philanthropists, who have given more than $100000 per year.

CSRidentity.com believes philanthropy has to be the nature of every human being, whether one is economically rich or poor. Even below the poverty line people help others nonfinancially and yes, we know that, that amount can not be calculated in economic terms.

So an economically poor (actually below the poverty line person) who donates $1 per month ($12 per year) or almost 60% of her / his working time on philanthropic issues, is a philanthropist.
The same amount can be money or time for the following :
$ 24000 life time (Rs 1440000/- if we calculate $1 = Rs 60/-) for middle class person or
$100 million in life time and after life through a registered will.

Our founders think that philanthropy has to be in the mind, but since this is not a philanthropy site, we will mention only a few thousand philanthropists in the world who donate substantial amount financially in their life / post life.

The Giving Pledge
The Giving Pledge is a commitment by the world's wealthiest individuals and families to dedicate the majority of their wealth to philanthropy.

The Giving Pledge is a global effort to help address society’s most pressing problems by encouraging the wealthiest families to give the majority of their wealth to philanthropic causes. The 154 odd signatories represent 16 odd countries (we say odd signatories & odd countries because the numbers change and we cant visit the giving pledge every now and then and we want the numbers & countries to increase substantially) like Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Lebanon, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia , Sudan, Turkey , United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, USA (We dont know 16 or 17 counties !!).

In the United States, they are from 26 states and the District of Columbia, with the largest contingents from California and New York. Over the long-term, the Giving Pledge hopes to help shift the social norms of philanthropy toward giving more, giving sooner and giving smarter. Signatories to the Giving Pledge are developing innovative approaches to urgent needs such as poverty alleviation, disaster relief, ending human slavery, improving global health and advancing medical research.

The Giving Pledge encourages open conversation about philanthropy and does not involve direct appeals, pooling money, or requirements to support a particular cause or organization. Pledge signatories come together throughout the year to discuss challenges, successes and failures, as well as how to be smarter about giving.

Although the Giving Pledge is specifically focused on billionaires, it is inspired by past and present efforts that encourage and recognize givers of all financial means and backgrounds. The inspiration is the example set by millions of people who give generously (and often at great personal sacrifice) to make the world a better place. For the full list of pledgers and personal letters by many of these pledgers outlining their commitment to give, visit www.givingpledge.org

Giving Pledge Signatories Gather to Discuss Bold Approaches to Global Philanthropy
SEATTLE – May 9, 2014
This week a group of the world’s wealthiest families gathered to discuss their philanthropic commitments at the Giving Pledge Annual Gathering. The Giving Pledge, a long-term, global initiative created by Warren Buffett and Bill and Melinda Gates that aims to inspire deeper engagement in philanthropy, brings together high net-worth individuals to tackle some of the biggest challenges facing society.
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WHAT IS THE GIVING PLEDGE?
The Giving Pledge is an effort to help address society’s most pressing problems by inviting the world’s wealthiest individuals and families to commit to giving more than half of their wealth to philanthropy or charitable causes either during their lifetime or in their will.

WHO CAN PLEDGE?
The Giving Pledge is specifically focused on billionaires or those who would be billionaires if not for their giving.
The idea takes its inspiration from efforts in the past and at present that encourage and recognize givers of all financial means and backgrounds. We are inspired by the example set by millions of people who give generously (and often at great personal sacrifice) to make the world a better place.
Initially, the focus was on the wealthiest families and individuals in the United States. Since there have been enthusiastic responses to the Giving Pledge around the world, the pledge now includes people from a mix of countries around the world.
Read More in FAQs about Giving Pledge

 

 
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