A look at the top 10 charitable gifts of 2013

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Updated: 1/01 11:05 am

WASHINGTON (AP) — Here are the top 10 philanthropic gifts of 2013, according to a report from the Chronicle of Philanthropy. The list includes 15 gifts, including six at the $100 million level that tied for No. 10.

1. Mark Zuckerberg: $992.2 million to the Silicon Valley Community Foundation

2. Phil Knight: $500 million pledge to the Oregon Health and Science University Foundation

3. Michael Bloomberg: $350 million pledge to Johns Hopkins University

4. Charles Johnson: $250 million pledge to Yale University

5. Stephen Ross: $200 million pledge to University of Michigan

6. Muriel Block: $160 million bequest to Yeshiva University

7. John Arrillaga: $151 million pledge to Stanford University

8. Irwin Jacobs: $133 million pledge to Cornell NYC Tech

9. Charles Munger: $110 million pledge to University of Michigan

10. David Koch: $100 million pledge to New York-Presbyterian Hospital

Frank McCourt: $100 million pledge to Georgetown University

Ronald Perelman: $100 million pledge to Columbia Business School

T. Denny Sanford: $100 million pledge to University of California at San Diego

Stephen Schwarzman: $100 million pledge to Tsinghua University in Beijing

Deborah Joy Simon: $100 million pledge to Mercersburg Academy

 

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