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George Soros’s Philanthropic Spirit

In an article published at http://www.thedailybeast.com/topics/george-soros.html, Ben Collins investigates the rumors surrounding George Soros’s involvement with Black Lives Matter Movement. Noting the conservative media’s coverage of the connection between George Soros and the Black Lives Matter movement, the article specifically mentions the promotion of the rumor on The Bill O’Reilly Show and on the American Thinker website. Allegedly, Soros contributed $33 million dollars in financing to the Black Lives Matter movement. The article states that a guest from The Washington Times discussed George Soros’s connection to left-wing organizations on The O’Reilly Factor. The connection was alluded to because the three women who are believed to have started the Black Lives Matter movement worked for organizations owned by Soros. However, the article goes on to point out that a director at Soros’ philanthropic organization claims that Soros never gave any money to any of the three women. Furthermore, the director of U.S. programs at Soros’s Open Society Foundation claims to not even know how to begin to understand how the connection was made or how the rumor got started. The article then goes on to discuss how George Soros’ fundraising efforts on behalf of Hilary Clinton may have led to such speculation, but that Soros or any Soros owned organization is not in the business of funding protest movements.

George Soros is a left-leaning intellectual who has a long history of practical philanthropic involvement. Soros’s philanthropic history has spanned the globe. According to the website for his Open Society Foundation, in 1979 he provided scholarships to black South Africans who were living under apartheid, and in the 1980’s he gave countries in the Eastern Bloc Xerox machines so that banned texts could be copied. Continuing in his almost grass roots organizing efforts for what he believes to be a better world, he developed Central European University to help expand and promote critical thinking in Europe once the Berlin Wall came down. This list barely scratches the surface of his altruistic involvements however. George Soros’ foundation Open Society has also helped people being held unlawfully throughout the world obtain legal representation, and his organization has helped students who were either unable to afford an education or who were living in conditions that kept them from pursuing educations to obtain educations. It seems clear that George Soros is someone who acts when he sees what he believes to be injustice in the world.

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The Lovaganza Foundation; Quality of Life for All

Lovaganza is a non-profit foundation that aims at ensuring that there is a global quality of life for people of all races by 2035. The organization was founded by J.F Gagnon and Genevieve Gagnon. The two are a couple, and they have two children together, Nathan and Carla-Rose. Genevieve is a screenwriter while her husband is a producer, writer, director, musician, and singer. Genevieve is the writer of the Lovaganza motion film that they look to release in 2018. The couple has been working on the Lovaganza franchise since 2010, with the belief that they can bring people together around the globe and share the same targets. The Lovaganza foundationÕs first benchmark is to achieve a universal value of life for the children by 2035.

The foundation relies on the profits that come from the Lovaganza Entertainment Group. The entertainment franchise is set up to make financial gains by coming up with productions that appeal to everyone in the world. The Lovaganza foundation aims at giving other organizations guidance and funding to help people in the society.

The Lovaganza Foundation has planned to start its operations only when they complete the process of registration. They will also not take any donations until they are done with registration. They, however, promise to continue providing assistance to organizations that have the same targets as them to give all humans equal opportunities by 2050.

The Lovaganza foundation has identified general targets with the help of the other organizations to enable them to accomplish their objectives.
The goals identified are:
(i) Provision of clean water to the children in the world.
(ii) Ensuring that all children have enough food to sustain them.
(iii) Provide the children with shelter and clothing.
(iv) Ensure that all the children have access to appropriate health care.
(v) Provide every child in the world with primary education.
(vi) Ensuring that the children all over the world are protected from war, child labor, and forced marriages.
The set targets may, however, change according to the progress made by Lovaganza Foundation.

In future, the organization’s offices in all the continents will evaluate the condition in which the children live in, and then come up with solutions to improve the situation. Lovaganza intends to start research all over the world bout the quality of the kids’ life by 2016. Two years later, the foundation aims to have collaborated with not less than ten organizations who share their vision. In 2020, the group wants to drum up the support of all the countries to encourage them to try to meet the set targets. By the year 2022, the foundation will check the progress made by all their centers around the globe. All the member countries will sign an official universal treaty by 2025.

Lovaganza founders and the other people who work to make their targets a success have engaged themselves in making the organization known around the world. The foundation has made visits to many regions around the globe such as Cannes in France, Masai Village in Kenya, and Favella Babylonia in Brazil.

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