- Steve Jobs
Ask Steve Jobs to Share the Wealth!
Warren Buffett and Bill Gates recently launched the "Giving Pledge," which asks America's billionaires to donate at least 50% of their wealth to charity — an initiative that, if successful, would raise approximately $600 billion for nonprofits across the world.
Steve Jobs, worth $5.1 billion, definitely qualifies for the Pledge. There's just one problem — the Apple co-founder and CEO has no public record of philanthropy. As the 43rd richest person in the U.S., it's high time Jobs became a magnanimous philanthropist.
Jobs may be out of touch with making big donations, but what better time to start giving than the present, especially with 40 million poor Americans struggling to make ends meet? Tell Steve Jobs to join the "Giving Pledge" today and make up for lost time.
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- Steve Jobs
As the 43rd richest person in America and founder/CEO of Apple, you've no doubt heard of Bill Gates and Warren Buffett's "Giving Pledge," which encourages billionaires like yourself to donate at least half their wealth to charity.
I'm asking you to take the pledge.
Almost 40 million Americans are currently suffering from debilitating poverty, and your acceptance of this philanthropic challenge would directly ease their suffering, as well as set an example for your fellow billionaires. Please join Buffett and Gates in pledging at least fifty percent of your wealth to charity.
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