Mega Millions $266 Million Winners Donate $1 million to USC

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Nice gesture.

A couple that became lottery millionaires last spring has donated $1 million to the USC Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism.

They won last May. They vowed to give away the money to churches, and their schools.

Jackie Wells Cisneros and husband Gilbert Cisneros won a $266  million.

Last week, the Cisneroses established a $1 million scholarship program for students at the University of Southern California. It was the second largest endowment USC Annenberg has received.

The couple has already shared their wealth with several charities, their church, and their alma maters.

In addition to USC, the couple has donated to George Washington University, the California Chicano News Media Association, the Hispanic Scholarship Fund, and St. Jude’s Children Research Hospital.

Now THAT’s what I call giving back.

Good for them.

But I ask you…would you do the same?

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