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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

UN Day
Africa Industrialization Day
World Children's Day

Events of the day
284 – Diocletian is chosen as Roman Emperor.
762 – During An Shi Rebellion, Tang Dynasty, with the help of Huihe tribe, recaptured Luoyang from the rebels.
1194 – Palermo is conquered by Emperor Henry VI.
1407 – A truce between John the Fearless, Duke of Burgundy and Louis of Valois, Duke of Orléans is agreed under the auspices of John, Duke of Berry. Orléans would be assassinated three days later by Burgundy.
1695 – Zumbi, the last of the leaders of Quilombo dos Palmares in early Brazil, is executed by the forces of Portuguese bandeirante Domingos Jorge Velho.
1739 – Start of the Battle of Porto Bello between British and Spanish forces during the War of Jenkins' Ear.
1789 – New Jersey becomes the first U.S. state to ratify the Bill of Rights.
1820 – An 80-ton sperm whale attacks the Essex (a whaling ship from Nantucket, Massachusetts) 2,000 miles from the western coast of South America (Herman Melville's 1851 novel Moby-Dick is in part inspired by this story).
1845 – Anglo-French blockade of the Río de la Plata: Battle of Vuelta de Obligado.
1861 – American Civil War: Secession ordinance is filed by Kentucky's Confederate government.
1910 – Mexican Revolution: Francisco I. Madero issues the Plan de San Luis Potosi, denouncing President Porfirio Díaz, calling for a revolution to overthrow the government of Mexico, effectively starting the Mexican Revolution.
1917 – World War I: Battle of Cambrai begins – British forces make early progress in an attack on German positions but are later pushed back.
1917 – Ukraine is declared a republic.
1923 – Rentenmark replaces the Papiermark as the official currency of Germany at the exchange rate of one Rentenmark to One Trillion (One Billion on the long scale) Papiermark
1936 – José Antonio Primo de Rivera, founder of the Falange, is killed by a republican execution squad.
1940 – World War II: Hungary becomes a signatory of the Tripartite Pact, officially joining the Axis Powers.
1943 – World War II: Battle of Tarawa (Operation Galvanic) begins – United States Marines land on Tarawa Atoll in the Gilbert Islands and suffer heavy fire from Japanese shore guns and machine guns.
1945 – Nuremberg Trials: Trials against 24 Nazi war criminals start at the Palace of Justice at Nuremberg.
1947 – The Princess Elizabeth marries Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten at Westminster Abbey in London.
1952 – Slánský trials – a series of Stalinist and anti-Semitic show trials in Czechoslovakia.
1962 – Cuban Missile Crisis ends: In response to the Soviet Union agreeing to remove its missiles from Cuba, U.S. President John F. Kennedy ends the quarantine of the Caribbean nation.
1969 – Vietnam War: The Plain Dealer publishes explicit photographs of dead villagers from the My Lai massacre in Vietnam.
1974 – The United States Department of Justice files its final anti-trust suit against AT&T. This suit later leads to the breakup of AT&T and its Bell System.
1977 – Egyptian President Anwar Sadat becomes the first Arab leader to officially visit Israel, when he meets Israeli prime minister Menachem Begin and speaks before the Knesset in Jerusalem, seeking a permanent peace settlement.
1979 – Grand Mosque Seizure: About 200 Sunni Muslims revolt in Saudi Arabia at the site of the Kaaba in Mecca during the pilgrimage and take about 6000 hostages. The Saudi government receives help from French special forces to put down the uprising.
1980 – Lake Peigneur drains into an underlying salt deposit. A misplaced Texaco oil probe had been drilled into the Diamond Crystal Salt Mine, causing water to flow down into the mine, eroding the edges of the hole. The resulting whirlpool sucked the drilling platform, several barges, houses and trees thousands of feet down to the bottom of the dissolving salt deposit.
1985 – Microsoft Windows 1.0 is released.
1989 – Velvet Revolution: The number of protesters assembled in Prague, Czechoslovakia swells from 200,000 the day before to an estimated half-million.
1991 – An Azerbaijani MI-8 helicopter carrying 19 peacekeeping mission team with officials and journalists from Russia, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan is shot down by Armenian military forces in Khojavend district of Azerbaijan.
1992 – In England, a fire breaks out in Windsor Castle, badly damaging the castle and causing over £50 million worth of damage.
1993 – Savings and loan crisis: The United States Senate Ethics Committee issues a stern censure of California senator Alan Cranston for his "dealings" with savings-and-loan executive Charles Keating.
1994 – The Angolan government and UNITA rebels sign the Lusaka Protocol in Zambia, ending 19 years of civil war (localized fighting resumes the next year).
1998 – A court in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan declares accused terrorist Osama bin Laden "a man without a sin" in regard to the 1998 U.S. embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania.
1998 – The first module of the International Space Station, Zarya, is launched.
2001 – In Washington, D.C., U.S. President George W. Bush dedicates the United States Department of Justice headquarters building as the Robert F. Kennedy Justice Building, honoring the late Robert F. Kennedy on what would have been his 76th birthday.
2003 – After the November 15 bombings, a second day of the 2003 Istanbul Bombings occurs in Istanbul, Turkey, destroying the Turkish head office of HSBC Bank AS and the British consulate.
2008 – After critical failures in the US financial system began to build up after mid-September, the Dow Jones Industrial Average reaches its lowest level since 1997.

Holidays and observances

Christian Feast Day:
Bernward of Hildesheim
Edmund the Martyr (Church of England)
November 20 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)
Black Awareness Day (Brazil)
Day of National Sovereignty (Argentina)
Earliest day on which the Feast of Christ the King can fall, while November 26 is the latest; celebrated on the last Sunday before Advent. (Roman Catholic Church)
Revolution Day (Mexico)
Teacher's Day or Ngày nhà giáo Việt Nam (Vietnam)
Transgender Day of Remembrance (LGBT community)
Universal Children's Day (International)
Wedding day of Queen Elizabeth II, official flag day. (United Kingdom)


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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