Robert Kraft

Robert Kraft is the owner of the New England Patriots and a billionaire. He has also been listed as one of the fifty most influential global sports stars.

Kraft has a $1.2 billion net worth. He made his wealth primarily through business dealings, such as developing regional shops and national retailers, while expanding into industries like banking, motorcycles, and paperbacks. In 2013 Kraft was listed at No. 730 on the Forbes 400 list of the wealthiest Americans. Kraft is currently listed at No. 90 in Forbes’ list of billionaires. He has a home in Brookline, Massachusetts, and has given over $100 million to The Kraft Group, Robert Kraft’s company within his business empire.

Robert Kraft is also known for his generous contributions to charity, particularly to Jewish causes and institutions. He is a member of the Board of Trustees at Brandeis University, American Friends of The Hebrew University, and Combined Jewish Philanthropies.

In December 2007, the Robert Kraft Family Foundation was formed and was charged with supporting the community in which he lives. With a $50 million endowment, the foundation has already given over $20 million to his hometown of Boston. The foundation is responsible for private funding of public schools and local community improvements. It has handed out millions to local organizations that help children, including the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Boston, Boys & Girls Clubs International, and Operation Smile.

The foundation has committed to giving more than $75 million for education opportunities for children in Massachusetts. The Robert Kraft Family Foundation has committed to providing $100 million to create a sports medicine center at Boston University to improve the health and well-being of athletes from all levels of competition.

In addition to his philanthropic work, Kraft is also interested in sports and helping young people get involved with athletics so they can enjoy life and make positive changes in their communities. See related link for additional information.


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