Synonym: philanthropic gift. Similar words: philanthropic, philanthropist, misanthropy, anthropomorphic, anthropology, philander, philadelphia, philatelist. Meaning: [fɪ'lænθrəpɪ] n. voluntary promotion of human welfare.
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1. Hospitals were built as a result of private philanthropy and government intervention.
2. But the man himself is philosophical about his philanthropy.
3. All that development and philanthropy disguised hard commercial policies.
4. The myth of philanthropy is quickly discredited by a realistic look at how older people lead their lives.
5. If it had been only philanthropy, would it have felt like it did?
6. Another will place philanthropy on a pedestal and yet have a resentful, unforgiving spirit.
7. The mission of its business-oriented philanthropy is a combination of community service and international friendship.
8. Wanuskewin is a museum, a school, a philanthropy and an archaeological dig.
9. And I began to discover that his philanthropy was no longer casual now, but constant and systematic.
10. You can abandon more money for philanthropy.
11. The Red Cross appeals to philanthropy.
12. Such philanthropy is encouraged by government.
13. We get together to discuss tax, properties and philanthropy.
14. Corporations also recognize the value of venture philanthropy, Engelhardt said, because some companies are increasing matching funds, allowing employees to direct corporate giving more fully.
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15. Join this community event and celebrate philanthropy by recognizing this year's inductees into the Bartlesville Legacy Hall of Fame.
16. Venture Philanthropy is a new way of public capital investment, whose investment target is generally public service organizations which are small size or in start-up period.
17. The people realized the philanthropy was the way to solve poverty problem, preserve the social order and rebuild society more than the tool of performing benefaction and moral domestication.
18. Born and raised in San Francisco, the 71-year-old Rosenberg has been preaching philanthropy his entire adult life.
19. C.(sentencedict.com), Alexander the Great set a Western tradition for royal philanthropy.
20. A minority or Liberals attacked the principle of state welfare, arguing that the state should rather encourage self-help and philanthropy.
21. It is also conceivable that certain social expenditures and tax policies may have created disincentives for civic-minded philanthropy.
22. Mr. Pickwick's countenance glowed with an expression of universal philanthropy.
23. You must pay in humiliation of sprit for everything received at the hands of philanthropy.
24. But none of these recent philanthropic IPOs actually gives investors voting rights, unlike during the boom in "joint-stock philanthropy" in 18th-century England.
25. In Soapy's opinion the Law was more benign than Philanthropy.
26. "If I inherit a lot of money, I may feel a fiduciary obligation to preserve the corpus," says Patrick Rooney, director of research at the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University.
27. The most accurate description of the CGI is the Philanthropy Oscars.
28. The nonprofit sector has traditionally been driven by a reliance on philanthropy, voluntarism , and government subsidy. Earned income has been viewed as something extra.
29. That is in stark contrast to the 'My-way-or-highway' tendencies of venture philanthropy.
30. Therefore, to build harmonious society must emphasize the function of philanthropy.
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