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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

Events of the day
1295 – Scotland and France form an alliance, the so-called "Auld Alliance", against England.
1316 – Battle of Manolada between the Burgundian and Majorcan claimants of the Principality of Achaea
1610 – John Guy sets sail from Bristol with 39 other colonists for Newfoundland.
1687 – Isaac Newton publishes Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica.
1770 – The Battle of Chesma between the Russian Empire and the Ottoman Empire begins.
1775 – The Second Continental Congress adopts the Olive Branch Petition.
1803 – The Convention of Artlenburg leads to the French occupation of Hanover (which had been ruled by the British king).
1809 – The Battle of Wagram, the largest of the Napoleonic Wars.
1811 – Venezuela declares independence from Spain.
1813 – War of 1812: three weeks of British raids on Fort Schlosser, Black Rock and Plattsburgh, New York begin.
1814 – War of 1812: Battle of Chippawa – American Major General Jacob Brown defeats British General Phineas Riall at Chippawa, Ontario.
1830 – France invades Algeria.
1833 – Admiral Charles Napier defeats the navy of the Portuguese usurper Dom Miguel at the third Battle of Cape St. Vincent.
1865 – The Salvation Army is founded in the East End of London, England.
1878 – The coat of arms of the Baku governorate is established.
1884 – Germany takes possession of Cameroon.
1934 – "Bloody Thursday" – Police open fire on striking longshoremen in San Francisco.
1935 – The National Labor Relations Act, which governs labor relations in the United States, is signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
1937 – Spam, the luncheon meat, is introduced into the market by the Hormel Foods Corporation.
1940 – World War II: the United Kingdom and the Vichy France government break off diplomatic relations.
1941 – World War II: German troops reach the Dnieper River.
1943 – World War II: An Allied invasion fleet sails for Sicily (Operation Husky, July 10, 1943).
1943 – World War II: German forces begin a massive offensive against the Soviet Union at the Battle of Kursk. Also know as Operation Citadel
1945 – World War II: Liberation of the Philippines declared.
1947 – Larry Doby signs a contract with the Cleveland Indians baseball team, becoming the first black player in the American League. (Jackie Robinson had broken the color barrier with the Brooklyn Dodgers in the National League 11 weeks earlier.)
1948 – National Health Service Acts created the national public health systems in the United Kingdom
1950 – Korean War: Task Force Smith – First clash between American and North Korean forces in the Battle of Osan.
1950 – Zionism: the Knesset passes the Law of Return which grants all Jews the right to immigrate to Israel.
1951 – William Shockley invents the junction transistor.
1954 – The BBC broadcasts its first television news bulletin.
1954 – The Andhra Pradesh High Court is established.
1962 – Algeria becomes independent from France.
1962 – The Late Late Show, the world's longest-running chat show by the same broadcaster, airs on RTÉ One for the first time.
1970 – Air Canada Flight 621 crashes near Toronto International Airport killing 109 people.
1971 – Right to vote: the Twenty-sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution, lowering the voting age from 21 to 18 years, is formally certified by President Richard Nixon.
1973 – Catastrophic BLEVE (Boiling Liquid Expanding Vapor Explosion) in Kingman, Arizona, following a fire that broke out as propane is being transferred from a railroad car to a storage tank, kills 11 firefighters.
1975 – Arthur Ashe becomes the first black man to win the Wimbledon singles title.
1975 – Cape Verde gains its independence from Portugal.
1977 – Military coup in Pakistan: Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, the first elected Prime Minister of Pakistan, is overthrown.
1987 – First instance of the LTTE using suicide attacks on Sri Lankan Army. The Black Tigers are born, and in the following years continue to use the tactic to deadly effect.
1989 – Iran-Contra Affair: Oliver North is sentenced by U.S. District Judge Gerhard A. Gesell to a three-year suspended prison term, two years probation, $150,000 in fines and 1,200 hours community service. His convictions are later overturned.
1995 – Armenia adopts its constitution, four years after their independence from the Soviet Union.
1996 – Dolly the sheep becomes the first mammal cloned from an adult cell.
1998 – Japan launches a probe to Mars, and thus joins the United States and Russia as a space exploring nation.
1999 – Wolverhampton, England is hit by storms which include a tornado. The area is hit again with severe storms on August 1.
1999 – U.S. President Bill Clinton imposes trade and economic sanctions against the Taliban regime in Afghanistan.
2004 – The first Indonesian presidential election is held.
2006 – North Korea launches at least two short-range Nodong-2 missiles, one SCUD missile and one long-range Taepodong-2 missile.
2009 – A series of violent riots break out in Ürümqi, the capital city of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in China.
2009 – Roger Federer wins a record 15th Grand Slam title in tennis, winning a five set match against Andy Roddick at Wimbledon.
2009 – The largest hoard of Anglo-Saxon gold ever discovered, consisting of more than 1,500 items, is found near the village of Hammerwich, near Lichfield, in Staffordshire, England.

Holidays and observances

Bloody Thursday (International Longshore and Warehouse Union)
Christian Feast Day:
Anthony Maria Zaccaria, priest (d. 1539)
Zoe of Rome (Roman Catholic Church)
July 5 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)
X-Day (Church of the SubGenius)
Constitution Day (Armenia)
Independence Day, celebrate the independence of Algeria from France in 1962.
Independence Day, celebrate the independence of Cape Verde from Portugal in 1975.
Independence Day, celebrate the independence of Venezuela from Spain in 1811.
Saints Cyril and Methodius Day (Czech Republic, Slovakia)
Tynwald Day, if July 5 is on a weekend, the holiday is the following Monday. (Isle of Man)
Emancipation Day, celebrate the emancipation of enslaved Africans in New York City in 1827.







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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