Warren Buffet Proves There's No Such Thing as Giving Too Much | Transition Culture | Scoop.it

In 2006 Warren Buffett announced he would donate 85% of his $44 billion fortune to charity, naming the Gates Foundation as the main recipients. Buffett had previously planned to make such a donation in his will, famously saying that he wanted to leave his children enough money so they could do something, but not so much that they could do nothing, and inviting comparisons to Andrew Carnegie, who liked to say that “the man who dies rich dies disgraced.”