As an AI language model, I do not have real-time data. However, as of September 2021, here are some of the largest philanthropic donations made by corporations this year:
1. Mackenzie Scott (and her philanthropic organization): In 2021 alone, she donated billions of dollars to various organizations, including historically Black colleges and universities, arts organizations, and nonprofits focused on racial and social equity.
2. Amazon: In February 2021, Amazon committed $2 billion for housing affordability initiatives in three cities: Seattle, Washington D.C., and Nashville.
3. Google: In February 2021, Google announced $150 million in grants to support COVID-19 vaccine education and equitable distribution, with a focus on underserved communities.
4. IBM: In April 2021, IBM announced a $3 billion investment over the next decade to launch the IBM SkillsBuild initiative, aiming to support job seekers and bridge the digital skills gap.
5. Ford Motor Company: In April 2021, Ford pledged to donate $50 million to organizations working on racial and social justice initiatives, focusing on building stronger communities.
6. Bank of America: In January 2021, Bank of America committed $1 billion over four years to support economic opportunity initiatives, focusing on racial equality and economic mobility.
7. Microsoft: In February 2021, Microsoft announced a $110 million commitment to support digital skill development and access to economic opportunities for underserved communities.
8. JPMorgan Chase: In March 2021, JPMorgan Chase pledged $350 million in global philanthropic investments over five years, focusing on advancing racial and economic equality.
9. Walmart: In April 2021, Walmart committed $350 billion over ten years to support American manufacturing and small businesses, with an aim to create more job opportunities.
10. Apple: In April 2021, Apple pledged $200 million to the Restore Fund, aiming to support sustainable forestry projects to combat climate change and protect habitats.
Note: These donations are based on available information up until September 2021, and there may be larger or more recent donations that are not included in this list.