EXTRA INSIGHT: philanthropic Capitalism: How the Rich Can Save the World by Matthew Bishop and Michael Green.
Even with her philanthropic work, Versace finds time for parties and is still surrounded by starlets and rock stars when she does.
The NCF was created, back in 1982 or so, to maximize hard right-wing evangelical Christian philanthropic giving.
Albright: You make it sound a little bit as if our taking in new countries is something of a philanthropic operation.
“We have too many non-profits”—the result, he explains, of all the philanthropic dollars that flowed into the city post-Katrina.
During my short stay in Philadelphia on this occasion, I visited several of its prisons, philanthropic institutions, et cet.
He had no anxiety concerning the philanthropic craze thereafter.
But a person shouldn't let squeamishness interfere with philanthropic work, so she answered promptly.
He might be a good doctor and a philanthropic one; his visits to this region looked like it.
In former days the neighbourhood was given over largely to philanthropic and religious institutions.
1789, from French philanthropique (18c.), from Greek philanthropikos (adj.), from philanthropia "humanity, benevolence, kindliness" (see philanthropy). Related: Philanthropical; philanthropically (1787).