The most successfully running social networking site Facebook has probably entered a new phase; it’s the Max-phase. Mark Zuckerberg after three years of his marriage with Priscilla Chan acquired a baby girl named Max and with this he donated 99 percent of the shares of Facebook to charity. Zuckerberg and his wife in an open letter to their daughter declared that to make the future of many poor children better, they would generously spend as much possible for them to contribute in the society “Like all parents, we want you to grow up in a world better than ours today….We will do our part to make this happen, not only because we love you, but also because we have a moral responsibility to all children in the next generation.”
Mark Elliot Zuckerberg, the youngest CEO has achieved many titles till date. Time magazine named him Person of the Year in 2010, and Vanity Fair placed him at the top of their New Establishment list. Forbes also ranked Zuckerberg at No. 35—beating out Apple CEO Steve Jobs—on its “400” list. Now at the age of 31 he has probably attained the most precious attribute of fatherhood.
Donating huge amounts is not new to Zuckerberg’s profile. On September 2010 he donated $100 million to save Newark Public Schools system in New Jersey. Then, in December of the same year, he signed the “Giving Pledge”, promising to donate at least 50 percent of his wealth to charity throughout his lifetime.