Warren Buffett is the most successful American business magnate who made all of his wealth investing in the stock market. Buffett is widely recognized as the greatest investor of our time and is now playing a key role in philanthropy.
The billionaire philanthropist was born in 1930 and now at the age of 82 (2013) has been credited with creating one of the greatest charitable organization - The Giving Pledge with friend Bill Gates. This non profit organization invites millionaires and billionaires across the world to pledge half of their wealth to help people in need. Since the inception in 2008 the member’s have surpassed one hundred signatories and includes the likes of Mark Zuckerberg, George Soros and Eli Broad.
Warren Buffett does not have his own charitable foundation, instead he is aligned to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation which was founded by his late wife. The contact details for both these charitable organizations can be found below. If you need urgent financial assistance then you can try contacting the foundations below for help.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
500 Fifth Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98102
Telephone: (206) 709-3100
The Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation
222 Kiewit Plaza Omaha
If you're experiencing financial hardship and need help with financial problems such as debt consolidation, debt relief, military financial assistance, mortgage assistance or financial assistance for pensioners it's worth asking this foundation for help.
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