President Barack Obama made good on his pledge to donate his Nobel Peace Prize winnings to charity, identifying 10 that will share the $1.4 million cash award. The largest chunks, $250,000 and $200,000, will go to Fisher House and the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund, respectively. Fisher House provides housing for families of patients receiving medical care at major military and veterans’ medical facilities. Six groups will get $125,000 each: the American Indian College Fund, the Appalachian Leadership and Education Foundation, College Summit, the Hispanic Scholarship Fund, the Posse Foundation and the United Negro College Fund. Two charities involved in global outreach will each receive $100,000: Africare and the Central Asia Institute. Worthy causes all and graciously given by the president, to his lasting credit.