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MacKenzie Bezos pronounced on Tuesday that she would oath half of her huge happening to charity, something her ex-husband, Jeff, has been criticized for not doing.
The ex-wife of Amazon owner and CEO Jeff Bezos finalized her divorce in Apr and reportedly got a interest in a online selling hulk value over $35 billion. Jeff, who in further to using Amazon, is also a owner of space scrutiny company, Blue Origin, will keep 75 percent of his Amazon batch and his tenure in a Washington Post.
The Giving Pledge was started in 2010 by 40 of a wealthiest people in a U.S. It involves billionaires pledging some-more than half of their resources to free causes possibly while they are alive or in their wills.
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MacKenzie, who is a budding author in her possess right, pronounced a impulse to join a Giving Pledge came from a book she had review about writing, Annie Dillard’s “The Writing Life.”
“We any come by a gifts we have to offer by an gigantic array of influences and propitious breaks we can never entirely understand,” she wrote in a letter, announcing her decision. “In further to whatever resources life has nurtured in me, we have a jagged volume of income to share.”
“My proceed to hospitality will continue to be thoughtful,” she added. “It will take time and bid and care. But we won’t wait. And we will keep during it until a protected is empty.”
Jeff, who has not sealed a Giving Pledge that so many other billionaires have, lauded a pierce in a tweet.
“MacKenzie is going to be extraordinary and courteous and effective during philanthropy, and I’m unapproachable of her,” a 55-year-old Amazon CEO wrote on Twitter. “Her minute is so beautiful. Go get ‘em MacKenzie.”
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.