In the U.S., the philanthropic and public/social service sectors are increasingly dominated by women.
Albright: You make it sound a little bit as if our taking in new countries is something of a philanthropic operation.
This is the most philanthropic nation on earth but, in good times or in bad, we give away roughly the same amount of what we earn.
Next up, school lunch programs in the developing world are poised to benefit from the philanthropic gesture.
The result is WaterCredit, an innovation that has pushed down the philanthropic cost to reach a person to below $25.
During my short stay in Philadelphia on this occasion, I visited several of its prisons, philanthropic institutions, et cet.
Paul bowed, not believing a word of this philanthropic speech.
But a person shouldn't let squeamishness interfere with philanthropic work, so she answered promptly.
Then the aims of Rosencrux are entirely good and philanthropic?
In former days the neighbourhood was given over largely to philanthropic and religious institutions.
1789, from French philanthropique (18c.), from Greek philanthropikos (adj.), from philanthropia "humanity, benevolence, kindliness" (see philanthropy). Related: Philanthropical; philanthropically (1787).