Philanthropists Peter & Jennifer Buffett are investing $1 billion in all the right places.
All Peter & Jennifer Buffett want to do with the $1 billion gift Warren Buffett gave them to start a foundation is change the fate of an entire gender.
Surgeon, scientist, businessman. These days Patrick Soon-Shiong is better known to the California hospital system as savior.
When the force of his family’s fame, fortune, and philanthropy struck Dr. Jean de Gunzburg, he changed one thing: his life.
Former Chicago beat cop Lisa Nigro traded in her badge for some Inspiration.
The circus is back in town—and out of this world—thanks to a clown from Montreal.
Ray Kelly—again—is sitting at the helm of the NYPD. And this time, he doesn’t have any plans to leave.
Peter Fleiss and the Corporate Angel Network fly sick patients from home to treatment and back again—all on donated wings.
He redevelops underutilized buildings and raises money for Habitat for Humanity and March of Dimes, but
Charles Cohen may feel most at home in a theater.
Developer Peter Fine doesn’t just build public housing—it’s where he’s from.
Iconic fashion designer Oscar de la Renta is best known for his runway collections, but his work with at-risk kids puts fashion in the backseat.
They may be driven and ambitious, but the CEOs of some of the world’s biggest corporations are often just as passionate about giving as they are about earning. These generous men and women constitute the bulk of Lifestyles Magazine’s 2010 Global Philanthropy Register.