The crippled giants should also be extending their philanthropy to a street-eye level.
philanthropy supports advocacy which effectively pressures the government to expand its work in the field of economic development.
Or for Elijah Cummings of Maryland to thank George Soros for his philanthropy.
Having worked in philanthropy myself, I can say that these figures are astounding.
Our fourth employee, Amy Schiller, unlocked the secrets of Jewish philanthropy.
Channing's philanthropy was a legitimate outcome of his view of religion.
But now, when the stress came, all this philanthropy fell away.
An imperfect conquest, on the principles of Rousseau's philanthropy, did not suit the taste or the notions of Cromwell.
But to call this ethics 'philanthropy' is the strangest of mistakes.
Never had there been such a display of philanthropy and mercy since the early days of Christianity.
c.1600, from Late Latin philanthropia, from Greek philanthropia "kindliness, humanity, benevolence, love to mankind" (from gods, men, or things), from philanthropos (adj.) "loving mankind, useful to man," from phil- "loving" (see philo-) + anthropos "mankind" (see anthropo-). Originally in English in the Late Latin form; modern spelling attested from 1620s.