283. Ehab Sadeek (Bagel Shop Owner, Boston)

 

Ehab

Ehab Sadeek, an Egyptian Muslim American decided to give 100-percent of the profits from his retail bagel business to the One Fund Boston, will keep it up until the last victim of the Boston Marathon bombing (that occurred April 15, 2013) is out of the hospital.

http://boston.cbslocal.com/2013/04/29/bagel-business-owner-donates-100-percent-of-profits-to-one-fund-boston/

252. Sulaiman Al Rajhi (Philanthropist, Saudi Arabia)

Saudi Arabia’s rags-to-riches billionaire Sulaiman Al-Rajhi is also a world-renowned philanthropist. He is the founder of Al-Rajhi Bank, the largest Islamic bank in the world, and one of the largest companies in Saudi Arabia. As of 2011, his wealth was estimated by Forbes to be $7.7 billion, making him the 120th richest person in the world. His flagship SAAR Foundation is a leading charity organization in the Kingdom. The Al-Rajhi family is considered as one of the Kingdom’s wealthiest non-royals and among the world’s leading philanthropists.

http://sr.edu.sa/site/

http://www.forbes.com/profile/sulaiman-al-rajhi/

http://www.arabnews.com/sulaiman-al-rajhi%E2%80%99s-life-rags-riches-story