The philanthropy of George Soros has never quite hit the headlines as his work to help elect left leaning political candidates has in recent years, but Soros has made an even greater impact on philanthropy than he has through his political donations. The Open Society Foundations reports its founder, George Soros has given away a substantial amount of his own fortune to good causes in a charitable way, so far totaling more than $12 billion across a philanthropic career reported to have begun as far back as 1979; this compares favorably to the two major political contributions made to the Democratic during the course of the 21st century that occurred in 2004 and 2016 when George Soros felt the future of the entire world could be negatively affected by the emergence of extreme right wing policies being created by the advisors to President’s George W. Bush and Donald J. Trump. Visit projectsyndicate.com to know more about George.

Biography explains the work of George Soros to create a brighter and fairer future for the people of the world was influenced in a major way by his own history that began in 1930 in the European nation of Hungary; in the buildup to World War II, George Soros’ father, Tividar obtained forged papers to keep his family safe should Hungary be invaded by Nazi forces; Tividar was correct in hiding the Jewish roots of his family as the 1943 occupation of Hungary saw over 500,000 Jewish Hungarian slaughtered, but the Soros family survived. After arriving in the U.K. in 1947 as a refugee, George Soros worked his way through the London School of Economics as a porter and waiter as he completed his studies that led to the 1956 decision to move to New York and begin working on Wall Street. Learn more on Biography about George

The founder of Soros Fund Management began his own hedge fund in the 1960s and has gone on to build a personal fortune rated at over $20 billion. Building his major fortune has only made George Soros more determined than ever before to continue his career as a philanthropist and reformer seeking greater levels of fairness for every member of society; George Soros began his philanthropic career as a supporter of Cold War era resistance groups throughout Eastern Europe who he supported with equipment and funds to battle the issues faced by those living under Communist rule. Soros has now extended the reach of the Open Society Foundations and his own philanthropic funding to areas of the U.S., Africa, and Asia where restrictive government policies are oppressing the human rights of the citizens of various nations. In the U.S. George Soros has been a major supporter of efforts to reform the immigration system to allow a greater flow of refugees and immigrants into the U.S. in a legal way.

Learn more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2015/jan/14/george-soros-funds-ferguson-protests-hopes-to-spur/