The 10 biggest child education foundation foundations in America

A new list of the biggest child-education foundations in the United States shows that the $1.2 trillion Children’s Investment Fund is far and away the biggest, with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in second place at $1,181 billion.

The Bill & Melinda Foundation, founded by billionaire investor Bill Gates, was founded in 1998.

The Gates Foundation is a non-profit that focuses on philanthropy and global health.

Founded in 1903, the Bill & M Foundation has grown to more than $400 billion, with $140 billion in annual revenue.

The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation was founded by philanthropist John D., Catherine and their son, John D Jr., in 2001.

The MacArthur Foundation is dedicated to increasing the quality of life for children worldwide.

The William J. and Lucille Packard Foundation was started in 1946 by former House Majority Leader Packard and her husband, business partner, philanthropist and political donor William J., as an educational foundation to support children.

The Packard family owns more than 100 million shares of Walmart stock.

The Mackinac Center for Public Policy was founded to support the nation’s first black female president, former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.

It has raised more than 50 million dollars for the Clintons’ charitable foundation.

The Ford Foundation is the largest public philanthropy in the world, and is responsible for a large share of the Ford Motor Company’s profits.

The Guggenheim Foundation is also the largest.

The Rockefeller Foundation is led by philanthropists Nelson Rockefeller, Jr. and William R. Clinton.

The Clinton Foundation, which is based in Little Rock, Ark., is dedicated mostly to the world’s poorest people and causes around the world.

It was founded and continues to support global health issues through the Clinton Global Initiative.

The Walton Family Foundation is one of the largest philanthropic foundations in American history.

Found in 1937, the foundation is dedicated primarily to improving the lives of children and families around the globe.

The George Soros Foundation, a nonproliferation-focused foundation, has been working to combat climate change and promote democracy and human rights for nearly two decades.

The foundation is also responsible for the foundation of many philanthropic organizations around the United Nations.

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is the world leader in promoting human rights, peace and development through the promotion of peace, security and democracy around the planet.

It is responsible the Carnegie Endowments Global Peace Index, which ranks the world according to the degree to which each country achieves the standards of its citizens, while ranking each country based on how much progress it makes on human rights and environmental sustainability.

The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) is a leading nonpartisan think tank that focuses its research and policy analysis on security, foreign policy, defense, technology, and international economics.

It supports the nation-building, foreign and defense policy of the United Kingdom and United States, and serves as the principal think tank for the Center for the Study of Democracy and International Affairs at George Mason University.

The Brookings Institution is the most widely-read foreign policy think tank in the U.K., with a reputation for producing cutting-edge, informed analysis.

The think tank is a nonpartisan think-tank with close ties to the U,S., European Union and NATO, as well as the U.,U.K. and German governments.

The Institute for Policy Studies is an independent think-tanks think tank, focused on foreign policy and national security issues.

The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, established in 1975, is a major center of U. S. foreign policy research.

The school, located in Annapolis, Md., has been at the forefront of research and analysis in the fields of global security, national security, and U.N. affairs.

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, established by billionaire philanthropist Henry Paulson, has supported numerous humanitarian causes and programs in Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean.

The Johnson Foundation is responsible primarily for major humanitarian projects in Africa and Latin America.

The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (WJISC) is an organization that promotes and supports international relations and global peace and security by strengthening international partnerships and promoting dialogue.

The WJISC focuses on U. N. peacekeeping operations, U. K. peacebuilding efforts, U N. foreign assistance, U S. international development efforts and other international affairs.

This group is a recipient of numerous Nobel Peace Prizes and other prestigious awards.

The National Endowment of the Arts, an independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving and disseminating the arts, is one the largest non-governmental arts organizations in the country.

The NEA is a multidimensional international agency that works with institutions to promote the arts.

Its programs include, for example, the NEA Foundation, the National Center for American Folklife, the American Folklore Foundation and the National Endowment of the Humanities.

The Whitney Museum of American Art, which opened in