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
The United Nations agency tasked with helping refugees and displaced persons has appealed to donor countries to help plug a widening funding gap. The shortage of cash is especially acute in global hotspots.
Saving lives, helping those with disabilities and fighting climate change — those are some of the reasons why an organization of rabbis is honoring tech startups which they believe are helping to make a better world.
Poor but sexy? Not anymore. NGOs follow the money — and many are headed to Berlin. But that's not the only reason why many international foundations like George Soros' OSF are setting up shop in the German capital.
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