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“Philanthropy is a Greek word whose origins literally mean love of humanity.”
“At the end of that course we reached the upper principal entrance of a stream which we called Philanthropy river.”
History of the Expedition under the Command of Captains Lewis and Clark, Vol. I. To the Sources of the Missouri, Thence Across the Rocky Mountains and Down the River Columbia to the Pacific Ocean. Performed During the Years 1804-5-6.
“Philanthropy is a means to build community by growing community funds.”
“Infamous businesses have sought to insure tolerance for their nefarious operations by giving heavily and conspicuously to charities with a strong sentimental appeal," he wrote in "Philanthropy With Strings" (September 1914).”
“Philanthropy is about receiving as well as giving, and a free and vibrant civil society summons its members to create and lead organizations, programs and institutions out of a sense of higher purpose that transcends their own interests and base motives.”
“Philanthropy is not a rare phenomenon in the United States.”
“Philanthropy is a generous, good, and beautiful profession, and I've chosen it for mine because I have much to give.”
“With these sentiments of Liberty and Social Order may be named what is sometimes called Philanthropy, or in a broader way of speaking may be named Humanity, -- the unselfish passion for the good of others, the ardor of service, to which early Christianity gave outlet in missions, and which now throws itself into reform, education, amelioration in every direction of human need.”
“Chicago Metropolitan Battered Women's Network Chicago Women in Philanthropy”
“At Rosie's school, students have been learning about charitable giving since roughly the age of 12 as part of a program called Philanthropy in Schools.”
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