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The First Chevrolet Corvette Stingray 'C7' to be auctioned on January 19th

General Motors will raise funds for the College for Creative Studies on January 19th at the Barret-Jackson’s 2013 Scottsdale Auctions by auctioning its 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray C7, first in its kind, a completely redesigned Corvette considered by the company to be their most powerful yet. Read more

The SeaOrbiter estimate cost is $52.7 million

After 12 years of research and testing, and inspired by the great adventures of Jules Verne, Cousteau and Piccard, the SeaOrbiter will finally begin its construction close to the end of this year. Read more

Top couturiers join hands to design pet costumes especially for charity

Gone are the days when humans thought fashionably elegant couture was only meant for them. UNICEF has pulled another one by organizing 21 top fashion designers to create ultra-modern clothing and accessories for dogs, in a bid to raise money for charity. Read more

Conservation Guardians is a great philanthropy that protects and conserves African fauna and flora

Based in the Principality of Monaco, the Conservation Guardians is a non-profit philanthropic organization that is devoted to protecting and conserving the endangered African fauna and flora. While carrying out their duties, they work hand-in-hand with the Damien Mander-founded International Anti Poaching Foundation (IAPF), for the parks and wildlife section of the mission. Read more

Animal Friends Rescue Project has been saving the lives of animals since 1998

While many of us like to keep dogs and cats in our homes as lovely pets, but virtually no one seems to understand that the ones that are injured, sick, too young or too old also need equal amount of love. That’s where the Animal Friends Rescue Project (AFRP) comes into play by making it possible for these least adoptable animals to find loving, lifelong homes. Read more

NAPCAN’s philanthropic efforts to end child abuse and neglect

NAPCAN, an acronym of the National Association for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect, is a philanthropic organization that has one noble goal in mind: to end child abuse and neglect. It advocates on behalf of kids along with kids and strives to promote a positive change of attitude in various areas regarding these issues. Read more

The 2012 most generous billionaire philanthropist died way back in 2006

According to the newly-released Chronicle of Philanthropy’s annual list of 50 most generous donors, a woman who had been dead since 2006 beat the likes of Paul Allen, Bill Gates, Michael Bloomberg and George Soros for the number 1 spot. I know you’ll be wondering how that came to be. Read more