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Jack Dorsey is among the 410th wealthiest people in the world. Dorsey co-founded Twitter in 2006. In 2015, Dorsey co-founded Square. The Twitter and Square CEOs have a plan to give away billions of dollars to charity. It seems hard for many billionaires to give away their money.

Many billionaires like Jeff Bezos, who’s now the world’s richest man, believe many billionaires give money to solve a problem they don’t yet understand. Sergey Brin, the co-founder of Google, is the 14th richest man in the world. Brin wants to take his time to develop and systemize before donating money to a cause. Brin is AWOL in the world of giving to charity. Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook have a $100 million gift to the Newark school system in 2010. The money was not spent well and serves as a negative fear of the bad side of donating money. John Arnold, a billionaire, believes intent is in the future, however, but it can get too close to death.

Jack Dorsey, with a net worth of $5 billion, is offering a rebuttal in the name of charity to his fellow billionaires. After taking his time deciding who to donate to, Dorsey wants to give away 33 percent of his assets to charity. So far Dorsey donated $90 million to about 60 different charities that include coronavirus issues, racial issues, and more. Wealthy company owners in Silicone Valley hope that Dorsey sets a precedence and many billionaires will sign a pledge known as REFORM Alliance that already has $10 million of Dorsey’s money. One day, when the time is right, Dorsey will disclose the name of his charities and what he donated to them. Bob Pilon, the head of REFORM Alliance, hopes that billionaires don’t continue to be perfectionists when it comes to donating. People know that not all money donated to a charity goes just to charity but to workers. The money should be sent to viable organizations early and quickly. Billionaires believe they should earn now and figure out paternal to spend the money.

Jack Dorsey is inspiring celebrities to donate some of their money to causes like women’s health organizations, Latino and black organizations, third world schools, chronic diseases, political, seniors, children, and more.