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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
World Teachers’ Day

Events of the day
World Cerebral Palsy Day
World Cerebral Palsy Day is observed annually on the first Wednesday of October. Managed by a group of nonprofit Cerebral Palsy (CP) organizations called the World Cerebral Palsy Initiative, the day raises awareness about CP and brings attention to the specific needs of those living with this complex physical condition.

456 – The Visigoths under king Theodoric II, acting on orders of the Roman emperor Avitus, invade Spain with an army of Burgundians, Franks and Goths, led by the kings Chilperic I and Gondioc. They defeat the Suebi under king Rechiar on the river Urbicus near Astorga (Gallaecia).
610 – Coronation of Byzantine Emperor Heraclius.
869 – The Fourth Council of Constantinople is convened to decide about what to do about patriarch Photius of Constantinople.
1143 – King Alfonso VII of León recognises Portugal as a Kingdom.
1450 – Jews are expelled from Lower Bavaria by order of Louis IX, Duke of Bavaria.
1550 – Foundation of Concepción, city in Chile.
1582 – Because of the implementation of the Gregorian calendar this day does not exist in this year in Italy, Poland, Portugal and Spain.
1665 – The University of Kiel is founded.
1789 – French Revolution: Women of Paris march to Versailles in the March on Versailles to confront Louis XVI about his refusal to promulgate the decrees on the abolition of feudalism, demand bread, and have the King and his court moved to Paris.
1793 – French Revolution: Christianity is disestablished in France.
1813 – Battle of Thames in Canada; Americans defeat British.
1857 – The City of Anaheim is founded.
1864 – The Indian city of Calcutta is almost totally destroyed by a cyclone; 60,000 die.
1869 – The Saxby Gale devastates the Bay of Fundy region of Maritime Canada. The storm had been predicted over a year before by a British naval officer.
1877 – Chief Joseph surrenders his Nez Perce band to General Nelson A. Miles.
1895 – The first individual time trial for racing cyclists is held on a 50-mile course north of London.
1903 – Sir Samuel Griffith is appointed the first Chief Justice of Australia and Sir Edmund Barton and Richard O'Connor are appointed as foundation justices.
1905 – Wilbur Wright pilots Wright Flyer III in a flight of 24 miles in 39 minutes, a world record that stood until 1908.
1910 – In a revolution in Portugal the monarchy is overthrown and a republic is declared .
1914 – World War I: first aerial combat resulting in an intentional fatality.
1915 – Bulgaria enters World War I as one of the Central Powers.
1921 – Baseball: The World Series is broadcast on the radio for the first time.
1930 – British Airship R101 crashes in France en-route to India on its maiden voyage.
1936 – The Jarrow March sets off for London.
1943 – 98 American POW's executed by Japanese forces on Wake Island.
1944 – Royal Canadian Air Force pilots shoot down the first German jet fighter over France.
1944 – Suffrage is extended to women in France.
1945 – Hollywood Black Friday: A six-month strike by Hollywood set decorators turns into a bloody riot at the gates of Warner Brothers' studios.
1947 – The first televised White House address is given by U.S. President Harry S. Truman.
1948 – The 1948 Ashgabat earthquake kills 110,000.
1953 – The first documented recovery meeting of Narcotics Anonymous is held.
1955 – Disneyland Hotel opens to the public in Anaheim, California.
1962 – Dr. No, the first in the James Bond film series, is released.
1966 – Near Detroit, Michigan, there is a partial core meltdown at the Enrico Fermi demonstration nuclear breeder reactor.
1968 – Police baton civil rights demonstrators in Derry, Northern Ireland – considered to mark the beginning of The Troubles.
1969 – The first episode of Monty Python's Flying Circus airs on BBC.
1970 – The Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) is founded.
1970 – Montreal, Quebec: British Trade Commissioner James Cross is kidnapped by members of the FLQ terrorist group, triggering the October Crisis.
1973 – Signature of the European Patent Convention.
1974 – Guildford pub bombings: bombs planted by the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA) kill four British soldiers and one civilian.
1982 – Chicago Tylenol murders: Johnson & Johnson initiates a nationwide product recall in the United States for all products in its Tylenol brand after several bottles in Chicago are found to have been laced with cyanide, resulting in seven deaths.
1984 – Marc Garneau becomes the first Canadian in space, aboard the Space Shuttle Challenger.
1986 – Israeli secret nuclear weapons are revealed. The British newspaper The Sunday Times runs Mordechai Vanunu's story on its front page under the headline: "Revealed — the secrets of Israel's nuclear arsenal".
1988 – The Chilean opposition coalition Concertación (center-left) defeats Augusto Pinochet in his re-election attempt and a general election is called the following year.
1988 – The Brazilian Constitution is ratified by Constituent Assembly.
1990 – After one hundred and fifty years The Herald broadsheet newspaper in Melbourne, Australia, is published for the last time as a separate newspaper.
1991 – An Indonesian military transport crashes after takeoff from Jakarta killing 137.
1991 – The first official version of the Linux kernel, version 0.02, is released.
1999 – The Ladbroke Grove rail crash in west London kills 31 people.
2000 – Mass demonstrations in Belgrade lead to resignation of Serbian strongman Slobodan Milošević. These demonstrations are often called the Bulldozer Revolution.

Holidays and observances

Armed Forces Day (Indonesia)
Christian Feast Day:
Faustyna Kowalska
Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos (Roman Catholic Church)
Hor and Susia (Coptic Church)
Placid and Maurus
Placidus (martyr)
October 5 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)
Constitution Day (Vanuatu)
One of the three Mundus patet (Roman Empire)
Republic Day (Portugal)
Stara Zagora (Bulgaria)
Teacher's Day (Pakistan)
World Teachers' Day (International)






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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