Giving Pledgers
Individuals & Families whose networth is minimum USD 1 Billion and who dedicate the majority of their wealth to Giving Back
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Giving Pledgers







Hong Kong (SAR)








Russian Federation

Saudi Arabia


South Africa

South Korea





United Arab Emirates

United Kingdom


Giving Pledgers (Important things to know) shares individuals and families who have taken Giving Pledge on the index page of the country they are citizen of.
We know they make their country proud.

The Giving Pledge is a commitment by the world's wealthiest individuals and families to dedicate the majority of their wealth to giving back.

The Giving Pledge is an effort to help address society’s most pressing problems by inviting the world’s wealthiest individuals and families to commit more than half of their wealth to philanthropy or charitable causes either during their lifetime or in their will.

The Giving Pledge is a movement of philanthropists who commit to giving the majority of their wealth to philanthropy or charitable causes, either during their lifetimes or in their wills (In India, even registered WILL by a medically fit person to a medically fit person is challenged in court).

In August 2010, 40 of America’s wealthiest individuals and couples joined together in a commitment to give more than half of their wealth away. Created by Bill and Melinda Gates and Warren Buffett, the Giving Pledge came to life following a series of conversations with philanthropists around the world about how they could collectively set a new standard of generosity among the ultra-wealthy.
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Today, the Giving Pledge includes more than 200 of the world’s wealthiest individuals, couples, and families, ranging in age from their 30s to their 90s. Globally, they represent 25 countries: Australia, Brazil, Canada, China (mainland, Taiwan, and Hong Kong), Cyprus, Germany, India, Indonesia, Israel, Malaysia, Monaco, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Switzerland, Tanzania, Turkey, Ukraine, UAE, the United Kingdom, and the United States. knows very well that there are hardly few thousand individuals & families who are economically billionaires but it also knows that most of the individuals on earth have 80 to 100 billion neurons (in their own brain) which means they are billionaires in terms of the number of neurons. (We are not taking those individuals like Rohan whose brain is damaged by sensory integration)

If all people give 2.3% of their money & time to
- disabled (We call it differently abled)
- senior citizens
- below the poverty line citizens or locals or to
- environment initiatives like climate initiatives
- water, agriculture, any social or health issue or
- donate blood, household products, computers ...
world will be a far greater place to live & leave.