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  1. Interesting, I guess the last thing we want to do is wish ill on the rich amongst us. BUT with the current set-up, the sooner they die the better, if you consider the worthy benefactors that will die before being saved.

  2. Agreed, and from this article “Between the two extremes of billionaires’ charities and the public’s spare change exist a broad spectrum of philanthropists supporting a multitude of charitable concerns. To assist philanthropists in reaching those in need, community foundations have sprung up in some UK counties. For example, the work of the Essex Community Foundation involves “identifying common interests and developing strategies designed to bring philanthropists closer to the work of recipients.”

  3. I like how the Laudes strategy is designed to help accelerate the existing movement towards a climate-positive and inclusive economy. Which will help alleviate the need for charity.