Jeff Bezos Launches $2 Billion Fund to Support Early Education and the Homeless

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CEO of Amazon and one of the world’s richest people, Jeff Bezos has announced a 2 billion dollar philanthropy fund for homeless families and early education. Bezos tweeted a long text describing his reasoning for the move and explaining where the money will be spent.

The Bezos Day One Fund, will have two main priorities, the first will fund existing nonprofits and issue awards to organizations doing “compassionate, needle-moving work” that helps to shelter and support the immediate needs of young families. The second agenda is to initiate a network of high-quality, full-scholarship Montessori-inspired preschools. 

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— Jeff Bezos (@JeffBezos) September 13, 2018 Charity sees children as the ‘customer’

“We’ll use the same set of principles that have driven

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