Billionaire Green wants to donate 90% of his $6 billion wealth. He said that money can’t buy happiness, but it can help people.
“I will donate most of my wealth through charity before or shortly after death. My goal is to donate more than 90% of my wealth. However, I will also spend my precious time. They are the best , Assigned to my charities,” tech billionaire Jeff T. Green said on November 16.
Green, 44, confirmed that he signed an agreement with billionaires Warren Buffett, Bill Gates, and his ex-wife Melinda created a “donation pledge” in which he promised to donate most of his property. Hundreds of billionaires have signed the pledge of “Donation Pledge”.
“Money can’t buy happiness. Money can buy things that make life more comfortable, but those things and that comfort are also fleeting,” the American billionaire shared his views on money.
However, Green believes that if used at the right time and guided by the right people, money has a powerful transformative power.
“I really believe that when we meet people with wisdom, enthusiasm and will, money can change almost anything.” America confirm.
According to Forbes, Green is the CEO and chairman of The Trade Desk, a technology company with an estimated net worth of $6 billion. He is ranked 253th among the richest people in the world.
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