unselfish concern for human beings, esp. as shown by voluntary service or donations:[uncountable]
[countable] a philanthropic act or donation.
[countable] a philanthropic institution.
Judging from WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary, “philanthropy” as an uncountable noun seems to mean a mental state (unselfish concern for human beings).
However, Merriam Webster Learner’s Dictionary defines “philanthropy” as [noncount] : the practice of giving money and time to help make life better for other people.
Does “philanthropy” as an uncountable noun refer to your intention/a mental state? Or does it include your real efforts and donations?