why wouldn't education systems want children to learn how to bank and create jobs? welcome to home of global youth's greatest survey - who do you linkin as world record job creators? where is happiest space young people or their mentors can be- brac always on - and you tell us isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com - quarterbilliongirls amychina

Timelines Partnerships in world record job creation:
1972 The Economists' UG clarifies Sustainability Millennials Exponentials depend on how 4000 times more budget is spent on GTC -Global Tech Communications- 2030 versus 1946. How? doubling of spend every 7 years -eg 46 to 53 von neumann computing ; 63-70 start of era of satellites ,moon landing, moores law computer chips -help timeline by place and jobs opportunity at valuetrue.com - also summaries in right hand sidebar.Please DIARISE BACK FROM FUTURE SO YOUR CAN JOIN IN AS SUSTAINABILITY GENERATION belt&road time
wef: trudeau
how can youth learn from world top job creators- in west bad media has made this very difficult


Thursday, December 30, 1971

foundations which do what for sustainainability

those with bigger than 2.5 bn $ d=funds according to wikipedia (nb charities different )

Wealthiest foundations / Donated amount[edit]

RankOrganisation / Country / by individualCountryHeadquartersEndowment(USD)Endowment
(home currency)
Founded /
1Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation United StatesSeattle, Washington$40.3 billion1994[2]
2Wellcome Trust United KingdomLondon$27.1 billion£20.9 billion (GBP)1936[3]
3Howard Hughes Medical Institute United StatesChevy Chase, Maryland$17.8 billion1953[4]
4Garfield Weston Foundation United KingdomLondon$15.7 billion£12.7 billion (GBP)1958[5]
5Stichting INGKA Foundation NetherlandsLeiden$12.7 billion€12.1 billion (EUR)1982[6]
6Ford Foundation United StatesNew York City, New York$11.7 billion1936[7]
7Kamehameha Schools United StatesHonolulu, Hawaii$10.6 billion1887[8]
8Al Maktoum Foundation United Arab EmiratesDubai$10.08 billion37 billion د.إ (AED)2007[9]
9Lilly Endowment United StatesIndianapolis, Indiana$10.07 billion1937[10]
10Azim Premji Foundation IndiaBangalore$9.8 billion2001[11]
11Robert Wood Johnson Foundation United StatesPrinceton, New Jersey$9.7 billion1972[12]
12William and Flora Hewlett Foundation United StatesMenlo Park, California$8.74 billion1967[13]
13W. K. Kellogg Foundation Trust United StatesBattle Creek, Michigan$8.72 billion1930[14]
14J. Paul Getty Trust United StatesLos Angeles, California$8.68 billion1982[15]
15Li Ka Shing Foundation Hong KongHong Kong$8.3 billion$64.4 billion (HKD)1980[16]
16The Church Commissioners for England United KingdomLondon$7.5 billion£6.1 billion (GBP)1948[17]
17The MasterCard Foundation CanadaToronto$7.1 billion2006[18]
18Robert Bosch Foundation GermanyStuttgart$5.5 billion€5.3 billion (EUR)1964[19]
19Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation United StatesPalo Alto, California$6.4 billion2000[20]
20David and Lucile Packard Foundation United StatesLos Altos, California$6.3 billion1964[20]
21Andrew W. Mellon Foundation United StatesNew York City, New York$6.18 billion1969[20]
22John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation United StatesChicago, Illinois$6.0 billion1975[20]
23The Pew Charitable Trusts United StatesPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania$5.6 billion1948[21]
24Silicon Valley Community Foundation United StatesSan Jose, California$4.7 billion2007[20]
25Nemours Foundation United StatesJacksonville, Florida$4.6 billion1936[22]
26Bloomberg Philanthropies United StatesNew York, New York$4.24 billion2004[20]
27The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust United StatesNew York City, New York$5.548 billion1999[20][23]
28Sulaiman Abdul Aziz Al Rajhi Saudi ArabiaJeddah$3.85 billion14.43 billion (SAR)2011[B]
29Tulsa Community Foundation United StatesTulsa, Oklahoma$3.8 billion1998[20]
30Rockefeller Foundation United StatesNew York City, New York$3.7 billion1913[20]
31The Kresge Foundation United StatesTroy, Michigan$3.6 billion1924[20]
32Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation SwedenStockholm$3.60 billionkr 32.7 billion (SEK)1917[24]
33California Health Care Foundation United StatesLos Angeles$3.56 billion1996[20]
34The Duke Endowment United StatesCharlotte, North Carolina$3.37 billion1924[20]
35Realdania DenmarkCopenhagen$2.9 billion€2.8 billion (EUR)2000[25]
36Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation PortugalLisbon$2.9 billion€2.8 billion (EUR)1956[26]
37Simons Foundation

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