Discussion in 'Up to the Minute' started by believe09, Jan 2, 2013.
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Conscious Capitalism-perhaps this should be the battle cry for the new year.
I love this!
There's nothing new about it.
The Biggest Donor: Wal-Mart
2010 Giving: $319,454,996
2009 Giving: $288,091,839
The Most Generous: Kroger
2010 Giving: $64,000,000
Percentage of 2009 Profits: 10.9%
2nd Most Generous: Macy's
2010 Giving: $41,226,887
Percentage of 2009 Profits: 8.1%
3rd Most Generous: Safeway
2010 Giving: $76,500,000
Percentage of 2009 Profits: 7.5%
4th Most Generous: Dow Chemical
2010 Giving: $34,237,817
Percentage of 2009 Profits: 7.3%
5th Most Generous: Morgan Stanley
2010 Giving: $55,641,610
Percentage of 2009 Profits: 5.7%
2nd Biggest Donor: Goldman Sachs
2010 Giving: $315,383,413
2009 Giving: $69,569,895
Change: 353.3%3rd Biggest Donor: Wells Fargo
2010 Giving: $219,132,065
2009 Giving: $202,014,244
4th Biggest Donor: Bank of America
2010 Giving: $207,939,857
2009 Giving: $209,116,567
5th Biggest Donor: Exxon Mobil
2010 Giving: $198,692,197
2009 Giving: $187,121,560
Then there's Ronald McDonald House.
Thank you Tracker-I didnt mean to imply that it was a new concept but I appreciate your post showing other examples!
I remember being a starving student and eating at the Hare Krishna restaurant here, which was by donation. Fantastic vegetarian meals there saved me from going hungry on many a day and were healthy, to boot.
I hope this place is a grand success. =)
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