They say one must not trumpet their charity, however the team at BFPF have much to be proud about. In only six short years they have donated over six figures to various causes and highlighted some of the most creative companies using innovation for social good.
The BFPF award for social good is now highly coveted and the award winners go through careful selection. From major companies to young upstarts, the BFPF team awards those that can leverage technology to better the world around them. “We thank everyone that has supported our cause. From signing up at our social media profiles, to joining our email list giving back has been the joy of a lifetime.”
In Washington , DC on October 6th 2011 a group of like minded people of conscience will come together to support a simple yet profound cause. As of September 22nd 2011 the Bibiyan Family Philanthropic foundation has announced its financial and moral support for this noble cause. Says co-founder Thomas Allen Bibiyan “It’s time the politicians got a reality check. I stand in solidarity with those protesting in Freedom Plaza against the corruption and cowardice seen in today’s so-called leaders.”
A large majority of the American people consistently support the following agenda:
- Tax the rich and corporations
- End the wars, bring the troops home, cut military spending
- Protect the social safety net, strengthen Social Security and improved Medicare for all
- End corporate welfare for oil companies and other big business interests
- Transition to a clean energy economy, reverse environmental degradation
- Protect worker rights including collective bargaining, create jobs and raise wages
- Get money out of politics
The government, dominated by elite economic interests, is going in the opposite direction from what the people want. The American people’s agenda is our agenda. For more see: The American People Could Rule Better than the Political and Economic Elites.
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