Actor Paul Newman gave one more demonstration of his generosity. He donated $ 10 million to Kenyon College of the Arts, where he graduated in 1949 as one of its best students.
The institution, located in Gambier, Ohio (United States), has a long tradition of training actors in that country. The donation of the protagonist of "Butch Cassidy" and "The Sundance Kid" was made through his foundation, Newman Own Foundation ,? and it will be used for a benefit of the minorities in that school and for special programs of study.
“This school means a lot to me. In the city I started my first business, a laundry, and thanks to this school I got my first extra job, for $ 60 a week, "he said in statements to the press. The actor returned to the newspapers recently, announcing his retirement from the world of cinema on May 25. "I can no longer work as an actor at the level I would like," he said.