The David Rockefeller Award Gives Importance to Business Philanthropic Initiatives


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The David Rockefeller Award is annually held by The Museum of Modern Art to honor David M. Rubenstein, the co-founder of the global private-equity company the Carlyle Group.

At the fundraising event, a cacophony of fervent talks arises about the importance of giving back. The award is presented to an individual from the business sector that epitomizes open-minded charity and efficient advocacy of community and cultural philanthropic efforts.


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