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    Philanthropy in New Cumberland

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    Business Listing   Abwe - New Cumberland, PA - Phone: (717) 774-7000

    Business Listing   Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg-Secrtry of Cmmnctns - New Cumberland, PA - Phone: (717) 774-1037

    Business Listing   Fairview Brethren in Christ Church - New Cumberland, PA - Phone: (717) 774-3033

    Business Listing   Hindu American Religious Institute - New Cumberland, PA - Phone: (717) 774-7750

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    Helpful Definition for: Philanthropy

    Philanthropy is termed as the deed of donation which is carried out by human beings for the purpose of human welfare. Donation which involves giving out money, any service or even property all can be considered to be philanthropy. In New Cumberland, philanthropy is carried out not only by individuals who are known as philanthropists, but also by different organizations. Whether donating money directly to any individual or to any charitable organizations, all can be considered to be the act of philanthropy.

    Philanthropists in New Cumberland can donate their skill by providing free service to related institutions. Even different properties are donated in New Cumberland. Self donation like donating blood, liver, kidney, bone marrow, etc is also done by the philanthropists in New Cumberland.

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