InShortViral: Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan both willing to give shares worth of $45bn in human potential technology empowered.
The Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan both willing to give shares worth of $45bn in human potential technology empowered, Mark Zuckerberg and his wife plan to donate 99pc which are in stock in Facebook to give in charity, the shares of both the husband and wife in Facebook the total of $45bn will be part of 99pc.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in an open letter said “the donation will promote the next level of children in the field of technology, the donation we are providing to charity trust is taking potential care of those children and we have agreed to share our $45bn of share in terms of 99PC for those children, this will help those children to stay in touch with technology also they will learn the new way of innovation technology” he said.
Facebook CEO to Donate 99PC From Facebook Stock To Charity
Facebook CEO plan to give $1bn every year which is only for next three-year, Zuckerberg will enable voting rights in facebook for the plan whether it is right or wrong in providing not more than $1bn per year. All this donation and sudden plan change having the only reason and that is to become the parents for the first time – in the name of their newborn baby girl Max.
In an open letter from Mark Zuckerberg to all the world greeting the newborn daughter Max, Melinda Gates, the wife of Microsoft founder also commented Zuckerberg’s open letter.”As for your decision to give back so generously, and to deepen your commitment now, the first word that comes to mind is: Wow. The example you’re setting today is an inspiration to us and the world. We can be confident of this: Max and every child born today will grow up in the world that is better than the one we know now. As you say, “seeds planted now will grow.” Your work will bear fruit for many decades to come.”
The US-based billionaires also blessed Mark Zuckerberg’s Daughter Max as Business Man Michael Bloomberg: “My hat’s off to Mark for making a decision he’ll never regret and making a difference he’ll forever be remembered for. Devoting his wealth to philanthropy at such an young age will not only benefit people from around the world for decades to come, it will also set an example for everyone in his generation who has the means to give.” also said “Mark’s decision shows that when it comes to philanthropy, 30 is the new 70. The only question now is: How many of his peers in Silicon Valley and beyond will join him?”