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New Eye on the Giving Pledge Profiles Added to Glasspockets
September 20, 2012

Eye on the Giving Pledge

Following this week’s announcement of the latest signatories to the Giving Pledge, Glasspockets has added eleven new profiles to our Eye on the Giving Pledge feature; there are now 92 updated profiles available.  Each profile details the participant's net worth, primary industry affiliation, giving interests, related foundations, charitable board service, and philanthropic press coverage. The new Pledger profiles include:

Since August 2012, Glasspockets has been keeping an Eye on the Giving Pledge, providing an in-depth picture of the participants and their publicly known charitable activities.

Explore the Eye on the Giving Pledge»

-- Daniel Matz


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