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Meet Laura Arnold, the billionaire philanthropist taking on the parole system with Jay-Z and Meek Mill
A lawyer turned billionaire philanthropist, Arnold has given $250 million to reform the system she says is "deeply broken, inefficient, and unfair."
I tried toothpaste from Twice, an oral care startup that was cofounded by Lenny Kravitz — it helps provide free dental care to underserved commu...
Ten percent of profits from Twice toothpaste sales go to the GLO Good Foundation, which provides communities with life-changing dentistry and education.
These high-profile celebrities and business magnates are not handing all of their massive fortunes to their children.
Warren Buffett will donate $3.6 billion in Berkshire Hathaway shares to Bill Gates’ foundation, 4 others
The Oracle of Omaha made a philanthropic pledge to give away 99% of his wealth in 2006. Buffett is the fourth-wealthiest person in the world.
Less than 1% of the world’s billionaires donate to housing and shelter charities. Here are the top 10 causes the world’s richest people gi...
What causes do billionaires love to support? Organizations fighting homelessness receive support from .01% of the world's wealthiest people.
Johor’s Crown Prince is bringing Ronaldo, Pires, Figo and other retired stars to Malaysia for a match with his team
There's even going to be a session for fan autographs and photo opportunities with the football stars.
The donation stems from a study that found no state or metro area in the US has enough affordable rental housing to support lowest-income residents.
Jeff Bezos is one of the few top US billionaires who haven’t signed the Giving Pledge. Here’s how much the Amazon CEO has given to charity...
The Amazon CEO is worth $114 billion and is the only American among the world's five richest people who has not signed the Giving Pledge.
MacKenzie Bezos just pledged to give away half her fortune during her lifetime, something Jeff Bezos, the richest person in the world, has avoided doi...
Amazon's founder, Jeff Bezos, has long refused to join the pledge to give at least half of his wealth to charity during his lifetime or in his will.
The largest gift in higher education belongs to Michael Bloomberg, who donated $1.8 billion to make Johns Hopkins University "need-blind."