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Jeff Bezos ex-wife donates $4.2 billion to charity in four months

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USA: MacKenzie Scott, the ex-wife of Jeff Bezos, the owner of the world’s online giant Amazon, is once again in the news. This time too, the reason for her being in the headlines is very noble. Mackenzie has shared information of donating about $4.2 billion towards relief fund in her recent announcement.

In the Corona period, there was a ruckus in the whole world. People are worried about the future, while Mackenzie Scott announced the charity, retaining the desire to donate most of her wealth.

Significantly, MacKenzie joined the list of world’s wealthiest people after divorcing Jeff Bezos. Instead of objecting to wealth and luck, she chose the path of charity and became the saviour of the needy. Currently, she is at number 18 in the list, whose total assets are more than $67.7 billion.

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This is his second major charity announcement in the last few months. Last time, he donated US$1.63 billion to 116 organizations. This time around 4.2 billion would be distributed among 384 organizations.
MacKenzie wrote on the blog, ‘The epidemic has made life more difficult for ordinary American people, who were already leading a life of struggle. Women, blacks and destitute have suffered the most due to losses. The wealth of the rich continued to increase. That’s why I decided to help people.

Significantly, when Mackenzie divorced Jeff Bezos, her settlement was over US$68 billion.

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