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Harland Sanders spent most of his life without wealth. Once he became successful late in life, he decided to share his fortune with those who needed it most. The trusts and charities that bear his name continue to donate millions to education and health care even today, and the March of Dimes / Colonel Harland Sanders Award is given annually to an individual whose lifetime body of research and education has made significant contributions to the genetic sciences.
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