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We plan to share coverage of following in each of the two
1) What is Identity of Philanthropist ?
2) What is climate responsibility of philanthropists in the organisations they serve because climate is beyond money ?

We share links to the name of Philanthropists which is available in the public zone
We do not cover anyone without links in the public zone
We respect those who do not want their name

WILL to donate is common
Whether it is "The Giving Pledge" or "LivingMyPromist" what is important is that philanthropists donate to charitable causes either during their lifetimes or in their wills.
The last part is "in their wills" and we think it is important because you must have a WILL to donate and there is a WILL that you need to register with Government Authorities in your country about what you will donate. Now how far WILL is protected by law is important because people go to court against their father who did WILLs and registered it in related government authority. They are legally right if the WILL says things which are not accepted by law, therefore they must register it with Government Authorities in their country, because if they are wrong then the Government should not accept it. e.g. If one right in the WILL that they own one state or union territory in India, they must have a legal proof of that, else the Government should not accept it.

It is important that they have a WILL to donate.
In India we have seen WILL can be challenged.

 
Greats
Azim Premji
Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw
Rohini and Nandan Nilekani
 
Birthday Philanthropists
Great attitude
Thanks to his vision in 1999
Keshub Mahindra (Dedicated page)
Identity : "Mind & Money" billionaire.
Ratan Tata, Chairman of Tata Group (Dedicated page. Identity in CSRidentity.com is because founder was part of a team (just a listner) which recommended Identity for Tata Group
Great Indian

Venkat Krishnan N
CSRidentity.com must thank Venkat Krishnan N when founder had an almost fatal accident on 28.08.2013. We will never forget the kindness of great Venkat and the top banner of Philanthropists in India for 2023-24 will be given to India Welfare Trust, Venkat's NGO. Its our responsibility

If they suggest that the banner be given to someone else which they suggest or we can have one who takes the banner, then the amount of the banner should be a donation to Developed Nation Network Trust and the entire donation should be given to India Welfare Trust. Its not just money, its Venkat's attitude which is far more important.