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George Soros’ massive transfer to OSF a massive support

George Soros is one of the Democrats’ strongest philanthropists, giving to many liberal causes and politicians. George Soros just transferred $18 billion dollars to his own foundation, Open Society Foundations. This massive contribution has shrunk his net worth. The Open Society Foundations has increased its reach through the entire world including North America and the United States.

According to Forbes, the Open Society Foundations has centers in more than 100 countries. It works to fight back authoritarianism, promote human rights and support minorities including refugees, the LGBT community and the Roma people in Europe. With the extensive work that Open Society Foundations has done, they have become the second largest charity, taking its place right behind the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. George Soros’ has spent much time in the United States, funding organizations such as Planned Parenthood and the Black Lives Matter. The Open Society Foundations was reported to have a budget of $940 million dollars this year. Open Society Foundations also gave grants to promote causes close to them including: justice reform, human rights and economic advancement.

According to the New York Times, the large contribution is intended to reduce George Soros’ taxes. According to tax rules, charities including Open Society Foundations are tax deductible. George Soros’ funds will still be managed by his Soros Fund Management. They just hired their first female chief investment officer with Dawn Fitzpatrick. George Soros was raised in Nazi occupied Budapest and later escaped Communist controlled Budapest in 1947, heading to London. George Soros eventually arrived in London, where he worked as a railway porter while also taking classes at London School of Economics, where he eventually earned a Master of Philosophy and a bachelor’s degree. He then left London and emigrated to New York, where he started his successful hedge fund. Over fifty years, George Soros has become one of the top financial leaders on Wall Street.

George Soros has been on the Forbes 400 list and has remained on that list since being named to it, thirty years ago. George Soros’ contributions has led to what The Atlantic calls the demonization of George Soros. Many on the right attempt to attack him with conspiracy theories. Despite those attacks George Soros continues to be a strong philanthropist helping the minorities. The Open Source Foundations continues to grow despite all the critics and their complaints. George Soros’ contribution to Open Societies Foundation has cut into his net worth.

Vijay Eswaran – Executive Chairman and Founder of QI Group of Companies in India

Vijay Eswaran is the head of QI Group of Companies, which is a multi-business conglomerate with a presence in different sectors, including retail, direct selling, hospitality, and education. Vijay Eswaran is also the founder & executive chairman of the group. After leaving the corporate world in America, he returned to his Asian roots where he utilized its entrepreneurial skills to start the current QI Group.

Eswaran is also a victorious businessperson, philanthropist, best-selling author, and a great motivational world speaker in addressing a variety of topics. He speaks at leading universities, in leadership, management, and business platforms such as Commonwealth Business and World Economic Forum events. Read more: Five Minutes With Dr. Vijay Eswaran, Executive Chairman, QI Group

With a philanthropist spirit at heart, Vijay Eswaran has commenced two Foundations that operate on various projects to address issues in education, youth development and women empowerment globally. His charitable activities are also recognized internationally. For instance, in 2011, he was enlisted by Forbes Asia in the yearly list of Philanthropic Heroes. Eswaran has likewise been awarded the lifetime accomplishment award within Regional Philanthropy by his strategic leadership through others. Learn more about Vijay Eswaran:

In 1998, Eswaran spearheaded a group of like-minded people to establish a direct selling & training organization that has developed into a multi-business conglomerate (the QI Group). The 18-year old company has regional offices in Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Thailand and operates in almost 30 countries through a broad range of auxiliary organizations.

Eswaran completed his higher education in key universities in the USA and UK. He has a great track record of performance in top rung organization such as IBM, and in very key organizational positions in Europe, US, Canada, and Australia where he worked before returning to Asia as an entrepreneur.

Vijay Eswaran is also a best-selling author with his book “In the Sphere of Silence” addressing life management. Additionally, the book has been hailed broadly in various countries. It is also written in different dialects. Other books that he has written include, In the Thinking Zone, On the Wings of Thought, and 18 Stepping Stones, among others.

On a regular basis, Eswaran contributes to newspaper columns in Sri Lanka and Malaysia. He started the RYTHM Foundation, which is the corporate social responsibility part of the QI Group and the Vijayaratnam Foundation (RF’s local chapter), a local NGO to honor his father, in addition to other charitable organizations.

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