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The billionaire cofounder of Home Depot plans on donating up to 90% of his $5.9 billion fortune, and Trump’s 2020 campaign will be one of the be...
Bernie Marcus wants to build centers for veterans, fund medical research, care for children with autism — and reelect President Donald Trump.
These high-profile celebrities and business magnates are not handing all of their massive fortunes to their children.
Meet Bernard and Lisa Selz, the wealthy New York City couple who has donated millions to the anti-vax movement
Their donations were used to partially fund "Vaxxed," a documentary that relied on pseudoscience to question the safety of vaccines.
The richest man in Hong Kong just pledged to cover 5 years of tuition for an entire college class, and it’s going to cost him $14.4 million a ye...
Li Ka-Shing's announcement comes a month after Robert F. Smith pledged to pay off the Morehouse class of 2019's student loans.
The philanthropists Bill and Melinda Gates are launching a new lobbying initiative called the Gates Policy Initiative. Here's what it will focus on.
It’s International Women’s Day — here are 35 quotes from the strongest feminist voices around the world
From authors to political leaders, these women are speaking out on the importance of gender equality.
We ranked US states by how much residents making over $500,000 donated to charity in a year, and the most charitable state will probably surprise you.
Tulsa, Oklahoma, is paying remote workers $10,000 to live there. They’ll even throw in a discounted apartment.
Tulsa is offering remote workers $10,000, plus a discount on a fully furnished apartment, to come live there for a year.
Charity is part of the missions of some of the biggest companies in the US. In 2017, donations to charity reached an estimated $410 billion. Here's 10 of the US companies that give the most to charity.
A GoFundMe for the victims of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting has raised over $1 million in 7 days. Here’s how you can help.
The GoFundMe goal was increased to $1.2 million because so many people donated. Shay Khatiri, 29, told INSIDER why he decided to launch the page.