philanthropic gift

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The largest ever philanthropic gift to an Australian university by Canberra-born and educated businessman Graham Tuckwell is a resounding show of confidence in the ACTs higher education sector.
Sheehan gave the largest single philanthropic gift in the school's history, seven years after he gave the school the largest cash donation in its history when he donated $500,000 in 2006.
And those early experiences informed his decision yesterday to give his old university pounds 75m to help the UK's poorest bright students, in a move dubbed the biggest philanthropic gift of its kind in European history.
Oxford said the donation was the "biggest philanthropic gift for undergraduate financial support in European history".
Decades of donor analysis show single women are significantly more likely than single men to make a philanthropic gift, decades of donor analysis shows.
The project would involve construction of an addition to the existing complex that will be named for Marion Anderson in recognition of an extraordinary philanthropic gift.
This multi-year initiative of training, funding and mentoring the next generation of entrepreneurs in Africa, is the first such program to be launched by an African philanthropic organisation and is the biggest African sourced philanthropic gift aimed at the entrepreneurial space.
We urge other foundations, organizations and individuals in our community to consider a philanthropic gift to the Mount Rushmore Society.
A further $7 million philanthropic gift will be used to complete the $44 million project.