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The seat of the '' Société Philanthropique de Paris '' founded in 1780, the oldest non-denominational philanthropic society Philanthropy (philanthrōpía, from φίλος phílos 'friend' and ἄνθρωπος ánthrōpos 'man') is understood to mean a philanthropic way of thinking and behavior.

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Abbé Pierre

Abbé Pierre (real name Henri Antoine Grouès; born August 5, 1912 in Lyon, † January 22, 2007 in Paris) was a French Catholic priest and Capuchin who founded the Emmaus charity.

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Abdul Sattar Edhi

Abdul Sattar Edhi (2009) Abdul Sattar Edhi (Gujarati અબ્દુલ સત્તાર ઇદી; * 1928 in Bantva, British India; † July 8, 2016 in Karachi, Pakistan) was a Pakistani philanthropist.

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Abram Combe

Abram Combe (born January 15, 1785 in Edinburgh, † August 11, 1827) was a British early socialist.

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Adam Mortimer Singer

Adam Mortimer Singer (born July 25, 1863 in Yonkers, † June 24, 1929 in Westchester County) was an Anglo-American philanthropist and athlete.

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Adelheid von Rothschild

Adelheid "Ada" von Rothschild, in France also called Adélaïde de Rothschild (born August 19, 1853 in Frankfurt am Main, † June 22, 1935 in Paris) was one of three strictly orthodox daughters of the Frankfurt baron Wilhelm Carl von Rothschild and his Wife Baroness Mathilde von Rothschild.

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Adelheid von Sulmetingen

Adelheid von Sulmetingen, née Nieß (born 1330 in Ulm; died 1400) was a German donor and philanthropist.

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Adolf Sternheim

Adolf Sternheim (born September 14, 1871 in Aplerbeck near Dortmund, † April 19, 1950 in Ilten) was a German persecuted by National Socialism and a philanthropist even before National Socialism and in the post-war period.

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Adolphus Busch

Adolphus Busch Adolphus Busch in the last years of his life Adolphus Busch (born July 10, 1839 in Kastel, † October 10, 1913 in Lindschied) was a German-American entrepreneur, brewer and co-founder of the Anheuser-Busch brewing dynasty in the United States.

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Adriaan Stoop

Stoop's signature Adriaan Stoop (born October 18, 1856 in Dordrecht, Netherlands; † September 7, 1935 in Bloemendaal, Netherlands) was a Dutch mining engineer, entrepreneur and pioneer of the oil industry in the Dutch East Indies, today's Republic of Indonesia.

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Africa Awards for Entrepreneurship

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Ahmanson Theater

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Ailsa Mellon Bruce

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Alan King

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Albert Bender

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