Moskovitz is not the only major Facebook employee to support Clinton during this election.
Chris Hughes and his husband Sean Eldridge held a fundraiser at their $5million Soho apartment for Clinton last year.
Hughes is now worth an estimated $850 million and was the owner and publisher of The New Republic before selling the magazine this past February.
Half of the $20million Moskovitz and his wife, journalist Cari Tuna, are giving will go to the League of Conservation Voters and to a political action committee called For Our Future.
The latter group is a get-out-the-vote effort in battleground states that is paid for primarily by labor unions and hedge fund billionaire Tom Steyer.
Moskovitz and Tuna also are giving directly to Clinton’s campaign and to party committees helping Senate and congressional Democrats.
Moskovitz became the youngest self-made billionaire in history when Facebook went public.
He and Tuna, a former Wall Street Journal reporter, also recently joined forces to create the philanthropic organization Good Ventures.
The couple live together near Silicon Valley.
Relationship: Moskovitz, who is worth $10.7billion, is married to journalist Cari Tuna (above)
Cause: ‘We need to figure out how to bring everyone with us, and we believe the Democratic platform currently is more aligned,’ said Moskovitz (above in 2007)
‘As a nation, we need to figure out how to bring everyone with us, and we believe the Democratic platform currently is more aligned with ensuring that happens,’ wrote Moskovitz on Medium.
‘In comparison, Donald Trump’s promises to this group are quite possibly a deliberate con, an attempt to rally energy and support without the ability or intention to deliver. His proposals are so implausible that the nation is forced to worry that his interest in the presidency might not even extend beyond winning a contest and promoting his personal brand.’