Out of a patrimony of around 350 million euros, the seven-time world champion in recent months alone according to the Sunday Times would have donated about 23 to charity, equal to almost 7% of the assets: mainly against discrimination, for scholarships. study and initiatives in favor of employment
In its latest issue, the Sunday Times ranks Britain’s 100 richest benefactors, based on data from the Charities Aid Foundation. Well, the ranking is led by investment fund magnate Chris Hohn who has assets of 2.6 billion pounds, equal to 3 billion euros, and who in the last year has donated 347 million pounds (400 million euros). ). In fifth place, first among sportsmen, is Sir Lewis Hamilton, whose assets are estimated at 300 million pounds (348 million euros). In the last few months alone Hamilton has donated 20 million (23 euros), equal to 6.68% of what he owns. The donations were mainly made in favor of causes for integration, for the insertion into the world of work or universities for young people from situations of hardship and discrimination. But also for education in general and for health.
Chapau to Salah
In the top ten there is also another sportsman, in eighth place, is Mo Salah, a footballer for Liverpool and the Egyptian national team. There is talk of other figures but of the same generosity. Salah has an availability of 41 million pounds, (47 euros) with recent donations amounting to 2.5 million (2.9 euros): 6% of his wealth. Mostly in the health field.
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