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IBM and Google
$150 million He was sent to the University of Chicago and the University of Tokyo to develop a quantum supercomputer and train the workforce to use it.
IBM will spend $100 million to build a high-performance computer, and Google has pledged $50 million over 10 years to conduct research and establish academic and workforce programs on quantum computing.
Bill Gatton Foundation
$100 million Donated to the University of Kentucky to support the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Environment.
Bill Gatton graduated from the University’s School of Commerce in 1954 and became an auto dealer in Kingsport, Tennessee, owning dealerships in Alabama, Kentucky, Tennessee and Texas. He died last year at the age of 89. The college will be renamed after his parents, Edith Martin and Harry W. Gutton Sr.
$17 million Yosemite National Park is restoring Mist Trails and other frequently used trail systems, studying declines in the park’s salamander, bat and Pacific fisherman populations, and expanding efforts to protect giant sequoias. , conducts research on the history of Chinese-Americans in the park. , and make other improvements to the visitor experience.
John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
$15 million In partnership with Georgetown University, we will establish the Knight Georgetown Institute, which will house policymakers, journalists and other networks working at the intersection of technology, ethics and governance.
William Penn Foundation
$10 million We commissioned Fairmont Parks Conservation to convert 33 acres in the southwest corner of Philadelphia Park into a low tide wetland.
pet smart charity
$6 million Donates a professor of veterinary medicine to the University of California, Davis.
Jose Milton Foundation
$3 million Donating the Orthopedic Chair of the Baptist Health Orthopedic Institute to the Baptist Health Foundation.
Massu Health Foundation
$2.3 million Awarded to 15 grants to Alaskan organizations working to improve the health and well-being of people in their communities.
$2 million Collaborates with the Zoological Society of North Carolina to build a new Asian habitat exhibit at the North Carolina Zoo.
Our Energy Foundation
$2 million We pledge to the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Foundation to provide scholarships and support services to help more students on their way to college graduation.
Liberty Mutual Foundation
$1.5 million We hired Hopewell to buy an apartment that would provide rent-free housing for older young people who had finished foster care.
Paycheck Charitable Foundation
$ 1,000,000 A four-year donation to Junior Achievement USA to support youth financial education programs in areas where Paychex employees are concentrated.
$ 1,000,000 Working with the Second Harvest Food Bank in Central Florida to establish a program with local schools to send fresh food home to students facing food insecurity.
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