Giving back to the society by charities, foundations and sponsorships are always viewed as generous individuals and institutions in a particular business society. There are three CEO’s who are fond of giving back to the community as discussed below.
David Leuschen of Riverstone
David Leuschen of Riverstone is a famous entrepreneur sand who owns a ranch known as Switchback that is based in New York. It has grown to be the largest place that rears cattle in the Northern Rockies. He was born and spent most of his childhood in Montana. He later moved out of the hometown to go and join college where he graduate and then registered for an MBA, and he ended up being employed at Goldman Sachs in various capacities.
His foundation known as David M. Leuschen Charitable Foundation is always involved in funding worthy charitable organizations and other communities in Montana, Wyoming, and other cities. Some of the groups that have been funded by the foundation are American Rivers Inc. Anthology Film Archives and Darthmouth College among others.
Sean Parker of Napster
Sean Parker, who is the first president of Facebook and the founder of Napster and, was born in 1979 in Herndon in Virginia. As a computer hacker during his teens, he is among the most CEO’s who is dedicated to offering donations that are geared towards civic engagement and global public health and life sciences. His San Francisco-based charity organization has already donated $ 600 million towards the cause. He recently donated towards $4.5 million grant to the University of California at San Francisco to initiate a research program that is aimed at eradicating malaria in prone countries. Sean Parker among other initiatives such as climate change issues and the education system.
Michael Bloomberg, Bloomberg
Michael Bloomberg was born on 1942, Feb at the Brighton United States. He attended Harvard business school, Johns Hopkins University where got a meaningful education that has propelled him where he is. The American businessman is steady fast maintaining its generous nature to charity. Through his foundation, Bloomberg Philanthropies that are supporting controversial programs such as sponsoring the training of teachers in Tanzania to perform caesarean operations. Last year, the foundation donated $462 million towards arts, education, public health programs that are aimed at improving the view of city government building.
The above CEO’s have been ranked to be philanthropic, and they are always gearing towards doing what other cannot achieve in the world.