1. Mark Zuckerberg/Priscilla Chan ($1000m) / 2. George Mitchell ($750m) / 3. Phil & Penelope Knight ($500m) / 4. Michael Bloomberg ($300m) / 5. John and Laura Arnold ($296m) / Source: philantropy.com
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The Hungarian-born financier has defended donations to a pro-EU group after being accused of trying to undermine Brexit. The controversy saw two sister newspapers at odds and a top broadsheet accused of anti-Semitism.
Wide-eyed children, women using primitive tools, arid fields — when appealing for donations, aid organizations deploy the very cliches they often criticize. Some are starting to rethink their approach.
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