The Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation offers two different scholarship programs. The Alice Buffett Outstanding Teachers Award recognizing outstanding Omaha public school teachers (K - 12) with a minimum of two years of teaching experience. A College Scholarship Program offering scholarships for tuition and fees up to $3,750 per semester, and a textbook allowance of $500 per semester for incoming freshmen attending Nebraska public universities, colleges or community colleges.
Was established by Warren Buffett, according to Inside Philanthropy, and was “originally named the Buffett Foundation, in the 1960s. ... Has been planning to expand abortion through philanthropic...more
Buffett made a philanthropic pledge to give away 99% of his wealth through annual gifts in 2006. Class B shares ... For the rest of his life — and for 10 years following his death — more than 99%...more
Buffett and the Gateses launched the "Giving Pledge" in 2010 in which billionaires promised to give at least half their wealth to philanthropic causes. Buffett intends to donate all of his...more
"The line between philanthropy and political advocacy at Arabella is blurry indeed," ... to the Arabella's stated mission of "philanthropy and impact investing. ... such large and...more
Gabz Gardner, known for being a contestant on Britain’s Got Talent and Stevenage resident, opens the Greenside Studio to give opportunities to Greenside School students to sell sweets, while learning essential work skills.