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American private foundation with the mission of advancing human welfare. Wikipedia

  • Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

    American private foundation founded by Bill and Melinda Gates. Launched in 2000 and is reported to be the largest private foundation in the world, holding $46.8 billion in assets. Wikipedia

  • History of Ford Motor Company

    American automaker and the world's fifth largest automaker based on worldwide vehicle sales. Founded by Henry Ford, on June 16, 1903. Wikipedia

  • Donald J. Trump Foundation

    New York-based private foundation founded and chaired by Donald Trump which was in operation from 1988 until its court-ordered dissolution in 2019. Trump created the foundation to help donate proceeds from his book Trump: The Art of the Deal to charitable causes. He stopped contributing personal funds to the foundation in 2008, though he continued to solicit donations from outsiders. Wikipedia

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    12-story office building in East Midtown Manhattan in New York City. One of the first that Roche-Dinkeloo produced after they became heads of Eero Saarinen's firm. Wikipedia

  • Hewlett Foundation

    Private foundation, established by Hewlett-Packard cofounder William Redington Hewlett and his wife Flora Lamson Hewlett in 1966. The Hewlett Foundation awards grants to a variety of liberal and progressive causes, as well as conservative organizations. Wikipedia

  • Josephine Clay Ford

    American philanthropist and the only granddaughter of Henry Ford. Born in Dearborn, Michigan on July 7, 1923. Wikipedia

  • Lyford Cay

    Private gated community located on the western tip of New Providence Island in The Bahamas. Named after Captain William Lyford Jr., a mariner of note in Colonial and Revolutionary times, and is built on a 448-acre grant he received for his services as a Loyalist in the American Revolution. Wikipedia

  • List of richest Americans in history

    Individual's wealth as a share of contemporary Gross Domestic Product . Disputed. Wikipedia

  • David and Lucile Packard Foundation

    Private foundation that provides grants to not-for-profit organizations. Created in 1964 by David Packard and his wife Lucile Salter Packard. Wikipedia

  • William Clay Ford Jr.

    American businessman, serving as executive chairman of Ford Motor Company. The great-grandson of company founder Henry Ford, Ford joined the board in 1988 and has served as chairman since January 1999. Wikipedia

  • John A. Hartford Foundation

    Private United States-based philanthropy whose current mission is to improve the health of older Americans. For many years it made grants for research and education in geriatric medicine and other areas of health care, but has recently moved into aging-focused care delivery projects of a more applied nature. Wikipedia

  • Skoll Foundation

    Private foundation based in Palo Alto, California. The foundation makes grants and investments (pursuing its "invest" strategy) in social entrepreneurs through its Skoll Awards for Social Entrepreneurship, and through partnerships with and support of organizations and agencies important to social entrepreneurship networks and ecosystems. Wikipedia

  • Hugh T. Keyes

    Noted early to mid-20th-century American architect. He designed grand estates for "the great and the wealthy of the Detroit area" (such as Ford, Fisher, Bugas, Scherer, Stroh, Knudsen, Pingree and indirectly Taubman, Hermelin, and Caldwell), and "his work appeared in national magazines for decades." Wikipedia

  • American private charitable foundation founded by Maurice Pechet. Based in Dover, Massachusetts. Wikipedia

  • Mercury (automobile)

    Defunct division of the American automobile manufacturer Ford Motor Company. Marketed as an entry-level premium brand for nearly its entire existence, bridging the price gap between the Ford and Lincoln model lines. Wikipedia

  • Goldman Sachs

    American multinational investment bank and financial services company headquartered in New York City. It offers services in investment management, securities, asset management, prime brokerage, and securities underwriting. Wikipedia

  • Adelson Foundation

    American private charitable foundation founded by business magnate Sheldon and Miriam Adelson. Based in Los Angeles. Wikipedia

  • Automotive Hall of Fame

    American museum. Founded in 1939 and has over 800 worldwide honorees. Wikipedia

  • Not-for-profit organization dedicated to the welfare of individuals with emotional problems and advancing mental-health research. Established to organize educational seminars and to disseminate its knowledge. Wikipedia

  • Atlantic Philanthropies

    Private foundation created in 1982 by Irish-American businessman Chuck Feeney. The Atlantic Philanthropies focused its giving on health, social, and politically left-leaning public policy causes in Australia, Bermuda, Ireland, South Africa, the United States and Vietnam. Wikipedia

  • Private foundation focused on high impact philanthropy. Specifically, it makes philanthropic investments in nonprofit ventures that it believes to have high impact. Wikipedia

  • Ford Trimotor

    American three-engined transport aircraft. Production started in 1925 by the companies of Henry Ford and ended on June 7, 1933. Wikipedia

  • Private foundation based in Palo Alto , California, US, that focuses on high impact philanthropy. According to its website, it "primarily invests in early to mid-stage social entrepreneurs who are effectively addressing the issues of poverty." Wikipedia

  • Dodge

    American brand of automobile and a division of Stellantis, based in Auburn Hills, Michigan. Chrysler's mid-priced brand above Plymouth. Wikipedia

  • Elena Ford

    American-Greek businesswoman. Chief Customer Experience Officer at Ford Motor Company and the first female Ford family member to hold an executive position at the company. Wikipedia

  • Colonial Williamsburg

    Living-history museum and private foundation presenting a part of the historic district in the city of Williamsburg, Virginia, United States. The capital of Colonial Virginia; 17th-century, 19th-century, and Colonial Revival structures; and more recent reconstructions. Wikipedia

  • Henry Ford

    American industrialist and business magnate, founder of the Ford Motor Company, and chief developer of the assembly line technique of mass production. Expensive curiosity into an accessible conveyance that profoundly impacted the landscape of the 20th century. Wikipedia

  • Private foundation based in San Francisco, California. To strengthen the Bay Area and support the Jewish community in the U.S. and Israel through grantmaking to organizations involved with education, arts and culture, the Jewish community, and the Bay Area community. Wikipedia

  • Walter Reuther

    American leader of organized labor and civil rights activist who built the United Automobile Workers (UAW) into one of the most progressive labor unions in American history. He saw labor movements not as narrow special interest groups but as instruments to advance social justice and human rights in democratic societies. Wikipedia

  • Colcom Foundation

    Private foundation established in 1996 by Cordelia Scaife May, a Mellon family heiress. The foundation supports organizations focused on immigration reform, population control, and environmental conservation. Wikipedia

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