By Dan Caplinger
December 20, 2006
When you look at the charitable gifts that make headlines, individual philanthropists seem to dominate the list. High-profile donations and volunteer work from successful business leaders have become increasingly popular. For instance, David Rockefeller, former chairman of the Chase division of JP Morgan Chase (NYSE: JPM), made nine-figure gifts to his family's namesake university and to New York's Museum of Modern Art earlier this year."