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Birthday Philanthropist
Donate Rs 1000/- or USD 20 or related currency to
Developed Nation Network Trust to ensure your name appears on your birthday as Birthday Philanthropist because our idea is not money to us, but the whole thing is you should be a philanthropist on your birthday at least.

Yes, you donate on any day which may not be your birthday. It can be before your birth date or after your birth date or birthday of your child or in memory of your parents or independence day of your country or UN observation day like World Braille day.

Donate just Rs 1000/- or USD 20/- to DNNT which shares your Birthday because you are then born as Philanthropist, so Birthday Philanthropist.

And its not that only individuals can donate. You can be a corporate or NGO or Funding Agency or Media or Ad or PR or Research agency or association ... we can share your name and link it to your organisation on the day your organisation is registered because that is the Birthday of your organisation.

But if you want to donate to organisation in your country, we value that because we want you to donate. If you donate to organisation besides DNNT, then that organisation can donate only Rs 1000/- or USD 20 to DNNT if you want your name in the calendar because we plan to donate millions of Rupees in India.

DNNT has 80 G and FCRA, so it can accept donation from any country. And you can tell us to which NGO or to which issue your donation should be given because DNNT will give 100% of the amount it receives to the NGO (We say this because Banks charges if the donation comes from any country out side India, so DNNT receives less than USD20 ). Of course the NGO should be from India because DNNT can donate only in India.

But we are fine even if we dont get any donation and are not part of Birthday Philanthropists in our calendar because we respect your decision.

And yes, on any day, we share Birthday Philanthropists alphabetically, and next to their name, we share country they are citizen of with link to that country or island

Independence day

UN Day
World Breastfeeding Week, 1-7 August

Events of the day
30 BC – Octavian (later known as Augustus) enters Alexandria, Egypt, bringing it under the control of the Roman Republic.
69 – Batavian rebellion: The Batavians in Germania Inferior (Netherlands) revolt under the leadership of Gaius Julius Civilis.
527 – Justinian I becomes the sole ruler of the Byzantine Empire.
607 – Ono no Imoko is dispatched as envoy to the Sui court in China (Traditional Japanese date: July 3, 607).
902 – Taormina, the last Byzantine stronghold in Sicily, is captured by the Aghlabid army.
1192 – Richard the Lionheart landed on Jaffa and defeated the army of Saladin
1203 – Isaac II Angelus, restored Eastern Roman Emperor, declares his son Alexius IV Angelus co-emperor after pressure from the forces of the Fourth Crusade.
1291 – The Old Swiss Confederacy is formed with the signature of the Federal Charter.
1498 – Christopher Columbus becomes the first European to visit what is now Venezuela.
1664 – The Ottoman Empire is defeated in the Battle of Saint Gotthard by an Austrian army led by Raimondo Montecuccoli, resulting in the Peace of Vasvár.
1759 – Seven Years' War: The Battle of Minden, an allied Anglo-German army victory over the French. In Britain this was one of a number of events that constituted the Annus Mirabilis of 1759 and is celebrated as Minden Day by certain British Army regiments.
1798 – French Revolutionary Wars: Battle of the Nile (Battle of Aboukir Bay) – Battle begins when a British fleet engages the French Revolutionary Navy fleet in an unusual night action.
1800 – The Act of Union 1800 is passed in which merges the Kingdom of Great Britain and the Kingdom of Ireland into the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
1801 – First Barbary War: The American schooner USS Enterprise captures the Tripolitan polacca Tripoli in a single-ship action off the coast of modern-day Libya.
1831 – A new London Bridge opens.
1834 – Slavery is abolished in the British Empire as the Slavery Abolition Act 1833 comes into force.
1838 – Non-labourer slaves in most of the British Empire are emancipated.
1840 – Labourer slaves in most of the British Empire are emancipated.
1842 – The Lombard Street Riot erupts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US.
1855 – The first ascent of Monte Rosa, the second highest summit in the Alps.
1876 – Colorado is admitted as the 38th U.S. state.
1894 – The First Sino-Japanese War erupts between Japan and China over Korea.
1907 – The start of first Scout camp on Brownsea Island, the origin of the worldwide Scouting movement.
1914 – Germany declares war on Russia at the opening of World War I. The Swiss Army mobilises because of World War I.
1927 – The Nanchang Uprising marks the first significant battle in the Chinese Civil War between the Kuomintang and Communist Party of China. This day is commemorated as the anniversary of the founding of the People's Liberation Army.
1937 – Josip Broz Tito reads the resolution "Manifesto of constitutional congress of KPH" to the constitutive congress of KPH (Croatian Communist Party) in woods near Samobor.
1944 – The Warsaw Uprising against the Nazi occupation breaks out in Warsaw, Poland.
1957 – The United States and Canada form the North American Air Defense Command (NORAD).
1960 – Dahomey (later renamed Benin) declares independence from France.
1960 – Islamabad is declared the federal capital of the Government of Pakistan.
1964 – The Belgian Congo is renamed the Republic of the Congo.
1966 – Charles Whitman kills 16 people at The University of Texas at Austin before being killed by the police.
1966 – Purges of intellectuals and imperialists becomes official People's Republic of China policy at the beginning of the Cultural Revolution.
1968 – The coronation is held of Hassanal Bolkiah, the 29th Sultan of Brunei.
1974 – Cyprus dispute: The United Nations Security Council authorizes the UNFICYP to create the "Green Line", dividing Cyprus into two zones.
1975 – CSCE Final Act creates the Conference for Security and Co-operation in Europe.
1980 – Buttevant Rail Disaster kills 18 and injures dozens of train passengers in Ireland.
1980 – Vigdís Finnbogadóttir is elected President of Iceland and becomes the country's first democratically elected female head of state
1981 – MTV begins broadcasting in the United States and airs its first video, "Video Killed the Radio Star" by the Buggles.
1984 – Commercial peat-cutters discover the preserved bog body of a man, called Lindow Man, at Lindow Moss, Cheshire, North West England.
1993 – The Great Flood of 1993 comes to a peak.
2001 – Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore has a Ten Commandments monument installed in the judiciary building, leading to a lawsuit to have it removed and his own removal from office.
2004 – A supermarket fire kills 396 people and injures 500 in Asunción, Paraguay.
2007 – The I-35W Mississippi River Bridge spanning the Mississippi River in Minneapolis, Minnesota, collapses during the evening rush hour.

Holidays and observances

Armed Forces Day (Lebanon)
Armed Forces Day or Anniversary of the Founding of the People's Liberation Army (People's Republic of China)
Christian Feast Day:
Abgar V of Edessa (Syrian Church)
Alphonso Maria de' Liguori
Æthelwold of Winchester
Eusebius of Vercelli
Exuperius of Bayeux
Felix of Girona
Peter Apostle in Chains
August 1 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)
Celebration of the Slavery Abolition Act 1833 which ended the slavery in the British Empire, generally celebrated as a part of Carnival, as the Caribbean Carnival takes place at this time (British West Indies):
Earliest day on which Caribana celebration can fall, celebrated on the first Weekend of August. (Toronto)
Earliest day on which Emancipation Day can fall, celebrated on the first Monday of August. (Anguilla, the Bahamas, British Virgin Islands)
Emancipation Day (Barbados, Bermuda, Guyana, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago)
Earliest day on which Civic Holiday can fall; celebrated on the first Monday of August. (Canada)
Earliest day on which Commerce Day, or Frídagur verslunarmanna, can fall; celebrated on the first Monday of August. (Iceland)
Earliest day on which International Friendship Day can fall, celebrated on the first Sunday of August.
Feast of Kamál (Perfection); First day of the eighth month of the Bahá'í calendar. (Bahá'í Faith)
Liberation of Haile Selassie from slavery. (Rastafari movement)
National Day, celebrates the independence of Benin from France in 1960.
National Day, commemorates Switzerland becoming a single unit in 1291.
Procession of the Cross and the beginning of Dormition Fast (Eastern Orthodoxy)
Statehood Day (Colorado)
The beginning of Autumn observances:
Lughnasadh, traditionally begins on the eve of August 1. (Gaels, Ireland, Scotland, Neopagans)
Lammas (England, Scotland, Neopagans)
The first day of Carnaval del Pueblo (Burgess Park, London)
Yorkshire Day (Yorkshire, England)
World Scout Day, anniversary of the first day of the Brownsea Island Camp in 1907, where Robert Baden-Powell began scouting.






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Blood donors (Blood of Philanthropy)
Blood donation shows you have blood of philanthropist.
Why instead of billions of people who can donate blood only few millions donate it and the same person donates again and again (like Piyush Kapadia has donated blood 68 times till 23.09.2023)

We understand if one is below 18 ot above 65 years or has bigh or low BP or diabetes or HIV or any other medical challenge when she or he cant donate blood. But millions of potential blood donors fear blood donation maybe because they think wrong thinking it is blood loss, but they must know that their body thanks them and they get fresh blood from their own boday immediately.

We have failed to understand that when people pay taxes to their Government, or pay to their Chartered Accountant who tells them where to invest or where to save or pay doctors or pay huge amount for Shopping or have far expensive parties, why cant they donate at least 1 bottle of blood once in life ? It should be once every year.

Thanks to Bhau's Gift of Knowledge of Blood donation, founder donated blood 3 times in 2022. So its not difficult.

Your Blood donation may help the blood receiver see the next birthday.

And yes, donate blood in your country and not to any specific Blood Bank in India. If the blood banks from any country gives names of blood donors & donation day of blood to us, we will share the the Blood donors name not on their birthday but blood donation day.

Blood banks should mail to Datacentre@CSRidentity.com