A contribution of this magnitude has never been documented in the past.
He recently gave away as much as thirty-two billion dollars that he stole from wealthy people.
Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud of Saudi Arabia has given up his entire fortune, which is estimated to be worth $32 billion, to charitable organizations.
According to Forbes, Al-Waleed is the wealthiest individual in all of Saudi Arabia.
The prince has every intention of donating his whole fortune of $32 billion to charitable causes, including the following:
“I have a responsibility to all of humanity.”
There is no restriction on the amount of time. In due time, the entirety of my riches will be donated to charitable organizations.
“Even now, a significant portion of my income is allocated for that,” the prince explained.
The donation of thirty-two billion dollars is the highest amount of money that has ever been received anywhere in the globe.
Because I want this money to be put to good use after my death, I won’t be burying it with me. There are a great number of folks around who are in need of assistance.
Someone will at long last recover from their disease, while someone another will have the opportunity to pursue their education and lead a regular life.
It is my responsibility, and I have the chance, to make this world a better place, and I will take advantage of both of those things.
Al-Waleed amassed his wealth through various financial endeavors and the purchase of stocks.
Apple, Twitter, Citibank, Four Seasons, and a great number of other businesses and initiatives are just a few of the entities in which he has made investments.
As the founder of his own charity organization, the Gates Foundation, the prince looks to Bill Gates as a model for how to run his own organization.
The prince’s two offspring, both of whom are adults, were on board with the choice made by their grandfather, who is over 60 years old.