'We are governed by a humbling belief that it would be better if disproportionate wealth were not concentrated in a small number of hands,' the billionaire said.
'We are governed by a humbling belief that it would be better if disproportionate wealth were not concentrated in a small number of hands,' the billionai...
to 500 organizations, saying the donations were meant to support groups tackling “complex challenges that require sustained effort over many years.” The beneficiaries included environmental groups, human rights and social justice organizations, and the donations have largely been unrestricted, meaning the recipient organizations can use the money as they see fit.
The new list includes similar stipulations, focusing on categories and communities that, according to Scott, “have been historically underfunded and overlooked.”She pointed specifically to a recent rise in discrimination and hate crimes against ethnic and religious minorities, particularly in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Scott said the donations, free of any strings attached, were meant to make the recipients “feel valued … by unlocking their best solutions.” The average grant wasjust under $10 million.“These are people who have spent years successfully advancing humanitarian aims, often without knowing whether there will be any money in their bank accounts in two months,” Scott said. “What do we think they might do with more cash on hand than they expected? Buy needed supplies. Find new creative ways to help. Hire a few extra team members they know they can pay for the next five years. Buy chairs for them. Stop having to work every weekend. Get some sleep.” headtopics.com
Scott, whose fortune has skyrocketed to some $60 billion over the past year despite her giving, wrote Tuesday that she hoped to minimize her personal role in the donations.“Putting large donors at the center of stories on social progress is a distortion of their role,” she said in a post on Medium. “In this effort, we are governed by a humbling belief that it would be better if disproportionate wealth were not concentrated in a small number of hands, and that the solutions are best designed and implemented by others.”
Both Scott and her husband, Dan Jewett, have signed the Giving Pledge, promising toof their wealth over their lifetimes. Read more: HuffPostWomen »
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MacKenzie Scott donates $2.7 billion, blasts wealth gapMacKenzie Scott, the billionaire philanthropist and Jeff Bezos’ ex-wife, gives $2.7 billion to a variety of charities — $8.5 billion since July 2020. Hear me out, what if she, and other billionaies, were taxed heavily instead of donations write-offs? Good for her, especially the seeming randomness of her choices. Ignore those who are trying to put rails around her giving. Amazon is my design thinking. Should pay me. If paying to repeaters thru some tricky ways, that is corruption
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MacKenzie Scott gives $2.7 billion to ‘historically overlooked’ groups — and asks to be left out of the storyScott, worth an estimated $59.7 billion, has donated nearly $9 billion since her divorce from Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. Congrats you did exactly the opposite of what she requested.
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