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    (Source:
    The Chronicle of Philanthropy)
    Donor     Business   Year     Amount (USD) 
    1. Warren E. Buffett - Investments - 1996-2006: $43.7 billion.
    2. Willams (Bill) III & Melinda Gates - Technology - 1996-2005: $6.53 billion.
    3. Leona M. Helmsley - Family Wealth, Hotels - 2008: $5.2 billion.
    4. James LeVoy Sorenson - Invention, Investments - 2008: $4.5 billion.
    5. Susan T. Buffett - Investments - 2004: $2.55 billion.
    6. Joan B. Kroc - Family Wealth - 1997-2003: $2.026 billion.
    7. Eli & Edythe L. Broad - Finance - 1998-2008: $1.98 billion.
    8. Robert Edward (Ted) Turner - Media - 1997-2005: $1.924 billion.
    9. Walter H. Annenberg- Media & Entertainment - 1998-2002: $1.425 billion.
    10. George Soros- Finance - 1996-2007: $1.4 billion.
    11. Herbert M. & Marion O. Sandler - Finance - 2006: $1.3 billion.
    12. William Barron Hilton - Family Wealth, Hotels - 2007: $1.2 billion.
    13. Peter G. Peterson & Joan Ganz Cooney - Finance - 2008: $1 billion.
    14. Michael R. Bloomberg - Media & Entertainment- 1998-2008: $897 million.
    15. Jon M. Sr. & Karen H. Huntsman - Chemicals - 2007: $750 million.
    16. Bernard A. & Barbro Osher - Finance - 1998-2006: $739 million.
    17. Michael S. and Susan Dell - Finance - 2003: $673.7 million.
    18. T. Denny Sanford - Finance - 2005-2007: $643 million.
    19. Leon Levy & Shelby White - Finance - 1996-2006:  $633.7 million.
    20. David Rockefeller - Family Wealth - 2005-2008: $615 million.
    21. Pierre and Pam Omidyar - Technology - 2002-2007: $600 million.
    22. John M. Templeton - Finance - 2004 : $550 million.
    23. Ruth Lilly - Family Wealth - 2002-2003: $534.3 million.
    24. Lorry I. Lokey - Media, Entertainment - 2000-2006: $501.5 million.
    25. Jim Joseph - Real Estate - 2006: $500 million.
    26. Peter B. Lewis - Finance - 1996-2006: $488 million.
    27. Paul G. Allen - Technology - 1997-2006: $463.3 million.
    28. T. Boone Pickens - Investments & Oil - 2003-2006: $456 million.
    29. Caroline Wiess Law - Family Wealth - 2004: $450 million.
    30. John A. (Jack) Jackson - Oil - 2001-2003: $442 million.
    31. Cordelia Scaife May- Family Wealth - 2005: $404 million
    32. John W. Kluge - Media & Entertainment - 2007: $400 million
    33. Lawrence J. Ellison - Technology - 2000-2006: $380.6 million
    34. David & Cheryl Duffield - Technology - 1997-2005: $366.4 million
    35. Harold Alfond - Manufacturing, Retail - 2008: $360 million
    36. Sidney Kimmel - Finance - 1996-2005: $340.8 million
    37. Thomas S. Monaghan -Food & Beverage - 1999-2004: $336 million
    38. Donald B. & Dorothy L. Stabler -  Real Estate - 2008: $334.2 million
    39. Sanford I. & Joan H. Weill - Finance - 2007: $328.5 million
    40. Irwin & Joan Jacobs - Technology - 1998-2006: $322 million
    41. David G. & Suzanne Deal Booth - Finance - 2008: $300 million
    42. Robert & Jane Meyerhoff - Real Estate - 2003: $300 million
    43. Sanford I. & Joan Weill - Finance - 1998-2006: $282 million
    44. Frank C. Doble - Energy - 2008: $272 million
    45. Frank Sr. & Jane Batten - Media - 1996-2003: $271.2 million
    46. Bernard Marcus - Retail - 1997-2004: $267 million
    47. Hector Guy & Doris Di Stefano- Family Wealth - 2006: $264 million
    48. Robert L. & Catherine H. McDevitt - Investments - 2008: $250 million
    49. Jeffrey S. Skoll - Technology - 1999-2003: $231.4 million
    50. David H. Koch - Oil - 2007-2008: $228 million
    51. Dorothy Clarke Patterson - Family Wealth - 2008: $225 million
    52. Mary Joan Palevsky - Investments - 2006: $212.8 million
    53. David Geffen - Media & Entertainment - 2002: $206.2 million
    54. George D. Cornell - Investments - 2001-2004: $206 million
    55. Alfred E. Mann - Health Care - 1998-2004: $200.3 million
    56. Philip H. & Penelope Knight - Manufacturing - 2007-2008: $200 million
    57. Robert Day - Finance - 2007: $200 million
    58. Robert W. Wilson - Investments - 2002-2006: $200 million
    59. Dr. Herchel Smith - Health Care - 2002: $184.7 million
    60. >Leo A. & Kay K. Drey - Agriculture - 2004: $180 million
    61. Ira A. & Mary Lou Fulton - Real Estate - 2003-2005: $177 million
    62. John P. & Tashia F. Morgridge - Technology - 2007: $175 million
    63. Richard W. Weiland - Technology - 2008: $174.3 million
    64. Thomas M. & Stacey Siebel - Technology - 2007: $156.6 million
    65. Helen L. Kimmel - Real Estate - 2008: $156.5 million
    66. Jeffrey S. Skoll - Technology - 2008: $144.1 million
    67. Sidney E. Frank - Food and Beverage - 2004 : $142 million
    68. Arthur Zankel - Finance & Investments 2006: $141 million
    69. Alfred and Norma Lerner - Finance  - 1996-2002: $141 million
    70. H.F. (Gerry) & Marguerite B. Lenfest - Media - 2008: $139.9 million
    71. Barbara Dodd Anderson - Family Wealth - 2007: $128.5 million
    72. Jane Bancroft Cook - Family Wealth - 2003: $127 million
    73. David A. Harrison III - Investments, Law - 2002: $122.5 million
    74. William H. Jr. & Alice T. Goodwin - Hotels - 2002-2005: $121 million
    75. Peter M. & Virginia L. Nicholas - Health Care - 1996-2003: $117 million
    76. Dan L. Duncan family - Energy - 2006: $115 million
    77. Burton D. Morgan - Manufacturing - 2004: $112 million
    78. Dora Donner Ide - Family Wealth - 2000: $111 million
    79. Josephine F. Ford - Family Wealth - 1997-2005: $110.9 million
    80. Kenneth E. Behring - Real Estate - 1997-2000: $109.5 million
    81. Jan T. & Marica F. Vilcek - Health Products - 2005: $109 million
    82. Ann Lurie- Investments, Real Estate - 2007: $107.7 million
    83. Warren Alpert - Marketing, Oil - 2007: $106.6 million
    84. Stephen A. Schwarzman - Investments - 2008: $105 million
    85. John W. Kluge - Media & Entertainment - 2000-2001: $105 million
    86. James L. & Sally Barksdale - Technology - 1996-2000: $105 million
    87. Gerhard R. Andlinger - Finance - 2008: $100 million
    88. Kenneth G. & Elaine A. Langone - Retail - 2008: $100 million
    89. Frank Batten Sr. - Media & Entertainment - 2007: $100 million
    90. Rupert H. Johnson Jr. - Finance - 2007: $100 million
    91. Robert C. & Jeannette Powell - Real Estate - 2007: $100 million
    92. Stephen M. Ross - Real Estate - 2004: $100 million
    93. Leonard M. Miller - Real Estate - 2004: $100 million
    94. Guy E. & Virginia (Betty) Beatty - Real Estate - 2002-2003: $100 million

    Did You Know?
    1. The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has given away $30 billion since 2000. The foundation is working to eliminate polio in the three countries where it still exists and is committed to stamping out malaria wherever possible.
    2. A Gallup poll in February found that Mississippi, Utah, Alabama, Louisiana and South Carolina are the most religious states. Religion is also the largest recipient of America's charitable dollars, totaling $105 billion in 2013, or slightly less than a third of all giving in the U.S., as of October 2014
    3. Warren Buffett gave $31 billion to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
    4. Chuck Feeney gave $9 billion to Atlantic Philanthropies.
    5. Azim Premji gave $2 billion to the Azim Premji Foundation in 2010
    6. Ted Turner gave $1 billion to the United Nations.
    7. John D. Rockefeller gave $540 million to the Rockefeller Foundation and various other Rockefeller Charities, over the course of his life.
    8. T. Boone Pickens gave $500 million to Oklahoma State University
    9. Walter Annenberg gave $500 million to public school reform in the United States
    10. Many charitable organizations use outside solicitors to obtain donations, and most of the solicitations are done via telephone calls. Telemarketing solicitations for donations is not a crime under the Federal law; however, the solicitors cannot call numbers listed on the" Do Not Call" list.
    11. The United States is the most generous country, in 2011 its people donated $298 billion to charities, according to the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University.
    12. According to a report that InfoCision, a telemarketer for many charity organizations, filed with regulators, it received 57% of $6.1 million raised for March of Dimes, 60% of 7.8 million for the Association of Diabetes Association, 88% of $3.5 million for the American Lung Association and 102% of $5.4 million for the American Cancer Society.
    13. From 2007 to 2010, InfoCision raised $424.million for more than 30 nonprofits and kept $220.6 million, or 52 percent of the money of it raised.
    14. From 2009 to 2011, InfoCision raised $14.7 million for Citizens United and kept $12.4 million, or 84 percent of the $12.4 million.
    News, Advice and Tips

    Americans Who Gave the Most since 2008

    (Source: The Chronicle of Philanthropy)

    Rank

    Donor

    Total Amount Committed

    1 Leona M. Helmsley
  • Business: Family Wealth, Hotels
  • $5,200,000,000
    2 James LeVoy Sorenson
  • Business: Invention, Investments
  • $4,500,000,000
    3 Peter G. Petersonand Joan Ganz Cooney
  • Business: Finance
  • $1,015,500,000
    4 Harold Alfond
  • Business: Manufacturing, Retail
  • $360,000,000
    5 Donald B. and Dorothy L. Stabler
  • Business: Construction, Real Estate
  • $334,200,000
    6 David G. and Suzanne Deal Booth
  • Business: Finance
  • $300,000,000
    7 Frank C. Doble
  • Business: Energy
  • $272,000,000
    8 Robert L. and Catherine H. McDevitt
  • Business: Investments
  • $250,000,000
    9 Michael R. Bloomberg
  • Business: Media and Entertainment
  • $235,000,000
    10 Dorothy Clarke Patterson
  • Business: Family Wealth
  • $225,000,000
    11 Richard W. Weiland
  • Business: Technology
  • $174,300,000
    12 Helen L. Kimmel
  • Business: Real Estate
  • $156,500,000
    13 Jeffrey S. Skoll
  • Business: Technology
  • $144,100,000
    14 H.F. (Gerry) and Marguerite B. Lenfest
  • Business: Media and Entertainment
  • $139,900,000
    15 David Rockefeller
  • Business: Family Wealth, Finance
  • $137,800,000
    16 Stephen A. Schwarzman
  • Business: Investments
  • $105,000,000
    17 Gerhard R. Andlinger
  • Business: Finance
  • $100,000,000
    17 Eli and Edythe L. Broad
  • Business: Finance, Real Estate
  • $100,000,000
    17 Philip H. and Penelope Knight
  • Business: Manufacturing
  • $100,000,000
    17 David H. Koch
  • Business: Oil
  • $100,000,000
    17 Kenneth G. and Elaine A. Langone
  • Business: Retail
  • $100,000,000
    22 Fritz J. and Dolores H. Russ
  • Business: Technology
  • $94,800,000
     
    23 Frank Sr. and Jane Batten
  • Business: Media and Entertainment
  • $93,000,000
    24 Jesse H. and Beulah C. Cox
  • Business: Manufacturing
  • $83,500,000
     
    25 Henry R. and Marie-Josée Kravis
  • Business: Finance
  • $75,000,000
    26 Ronald O. Perelman
  • Business: Finance, Investments
  • $63,500,000
    27 Guy E. Beatty Jr.
  • Business: Real Estate
  • $60,000,000
    28 Malone III and Amy Mitchell
  • Business: Oil
  • $57,200,000
    29 Felix E. Martin Jr.
  • Business: Family Wealth, Investments
  • $56,600,000
     
    30 Paul G. Allen
  • Business: Technology
  • $55,850,316
    31 Stewart A. and Lynda R. Resnick
  • Business: Agriculture, Food and beverage
  • $55,304,000
    32 Donald J. and Ruth Weber Goodman
  • Business: Family Wealth, Investments
  • $52,700,000
     
    33 Jerome and Anne Fisher
  • Business: Retail
  • $50,000,000
    33 Michael Moritz and Harriet Hayman
  • Business: Finance
  • $50,000,000
    33 Perot family
  • Business: Technology
  • $50,000,000
    36 Emily Rauh Pulitzer
  • Business: Family Wealth, Media and Entertainment
  • $47,500,000
    37 Lorry I. Lokey
  • Business: Media and Entertainment
  • $46,700,000
    38 Theodore and Vada Stanley
  • Business: Marketing
  • $45,000,000
    39 Adrienne Arsht
  • Business: Finance
  • $43,300,000
    40 Sheldon G. and Miriam Adelson
  • Business: Hotels
  • $41,850,000
    41 Jon L. Stryker
  • Business: Family Wealth
  • $41,848,927
    42 Lawrence J. Ellison
  • Business: Technology
  • $40,293,012
    43 John A. and Cynthia Fry Gunn
  • Business: Finance
  • $40,025,000
    43 Andrew S. Grove
  • Business: Technology
  • $40,000,000
    45 William B. Quarton
  • Business: Media and Entertainment
  • $35,360,000
     
    46 Michael S. (Mickey) and Janie Maurer
  • Business: Media and Entertainment
  • $35,200,000
    47 Dennis J. and Constance Templeton Keller
  • Business: Education
  • $35,000,000
    47 Andrew H. and Ann Rubenstein Tisch
  • Business: Finance, Oil, Real Estate
  • $35,000,000
    49 Peter T. Paul
  • Business: Finance
  • $34,208,000
    50 David F. Bolger
  • Business: Real Estate
  • $30,450,000

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