Mark Zuckerberg, Stop Your "Charity" Scamming

Facebook multi-billionaire Mark Zuckerberg is being celebrated for supposedly giving away 99% of his money, something over $45 billion.

That's an amount that could end hunger or unclean drinking water or homelessness on earth.

It turns out Zuckerberg gave himself his money. He didn't even give it to a non-profit foundation. He gave it to a limited liability company (L.L.C.) belonging to himself.

Click below to sign this petition, and add your comments:

Mark Zuckerberg,
You should live up to your recent headlines and actually donate your billions to benefit the rest of humanity.


201-225 of 12480 signatures
Number Date Name Location Please add comment.
12280 1 year ago Mignon Anderson Salisbury, MD , US Ahhh, how Tricky-Dick of you in the best tradition of so many Reoublican types who continue to misuse their positions against the best interests of the American people, ad nauseam!
Zuckerberg /...
12279 1 year ago Rev. Lydia S. martinez Sam Antonio, TX , US You think you can impress people...
But God is NOT impressed.
12278 1 year ago Alan Benton Boise, ID , US Pulled another fast-one, huh?
12277 1 year ago Pamela Gray Chattaroy, WA , US creap
12276 1 year ago David Shearer Tuckasegee, NC , US Give somebody a little money and they think they are somebody "Special". Please enough with the idiot antics!!
12275 1 year ago Susann Wertz Newtown, PA , US
12274 1 year ago Osvaldo Robaina Homestead, FL , US Pathetic. A kidult with money.
12273 1 year ago Susan Klenner CA , US Mr. Zuckerberg, your greed and hypocrisy are disgusting. Why not follow the lead of Bill Gates and make an actual donation of a respectable portion of your wealth. How much of that fortune can you...
12272 1 year ago Ann Galloway Pinterest Veda Beach, FL , US Either you should keep your mouth shut, or else put your money where your mouth is. Either you actually can choose to give a significant chunk of your wealth to support good causes, or else you jus...
12271 1 year ago Mary Brickley Jamestown, NY , US
12270 1 year ago Keith Swenson Eugenr, OR , US That's just creepy, but not surprising. Money, lots of money corrupts. Try to surprise the world with good deeds, not corruption.
12269 1 year ago Ayers Morison Jr Beverly Hills, MI , US Spread the word on facebook!
12268 1 year ago Jim Willis brooklyn, NY , US
12267 1 year ago Jeff Kiralis Fairlee, VT , US
12266 1 year ago Peter Altomare Kamuela, HI , US
12265 1 year ago Edward Stoltz AURORA, CO , US
12264 1 year ago Carl Sebern Fallbrook, CA , US
12263 1 year ago Yefim Maizel San Francisco, CA , US
12262 1 year ago Sadie SullivanGreiner El Cajon, CA , US Let's see... what would be the shift from "Pharma-Bro"? "Internet-Bro?"
12261 1 year ago JoAnn Mellendorf Sullivan , IL , US If all of this is true, then you don't have a conscience. I think you know how bad this is going to look for for you! So, all you're going to do is think of yourself! Do you know how much despair th...
12260 1 year ago Christine Szuszkiewicz South Dartmouth, MA , US Please be kind and use your LLC nicely!
12259 1 year ago Gary Schnapp Nutley, NJ , US Zuckerberg allegedly gave $100 million to the Newark Public Schools in Newark, NJ only for it to disappear into a labyrinthine bureaucracy and be lost forever to its ostensible beneficiaries, the st...
12258 1 year ago Curtis Johnson Federal Way, WA , US Wow! I actually bought into your story Mark. I thought you were going to do good in a world that can really needs some. Instead you decided to become a big player on the world political stage. My di...
12257 1 year ago Anonymous Oceanside, CA , US Even though the actor Paul Newman died in 2008, his food companies still earn billions for charities. He never used any of it for himself. Role model for you
12256 1 year ago K Woolverton San Francisco, CA , US
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Background:
New York Times: How Mark Zuckerberg’s Altruism Helps Himself
Facebook: Zuckerberg Defends Himself