|18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124 is Cloudflare, which is also in the information gathering business just like Alphabet/Google.|
OpenDNS (126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52) is usually a better option, however they are owned by Cisco Systems now - a multinational technology conglomerate so not exactly trustworthy but likely better than Alphabet/Google and Cloudflare since information isn't Cisco's main bread and butter.
Honestly just using your ISP's DNS is usually fine for privacy concerns. You pay them money for Internet access so they should not need to earn anything from tracking you. Naturally their DNS being trash and giving you the wrong IP is a different matter.
If you want to (or need to) use something other than your ISP's DNS then consider OpenNIC: https://servers.opennic.org/
Since you connect to a volunteer's DNS they go down sometimes so you'll need to swap the IP occasionally, and you'll connect to God-Knows-Who. So there's a chance you'll get tracked of course, however since these don't get nearly the same amount of traffic compared to Alphabet/Google, Cloudflare or Cisco the temptation to do anything with your browsing activity is lower. You will trust that they send you the correct IP though.
Setting up your own DNS resolver is the patrician's choice, but how many of us bothers to do that? I've not tried it myself but I remember saving unbound.net many years ago, a "validating, recursive, and caching DNS resolver", which now redirects to https://nlnetlabs.nl/projects/unbound/about/ but the project is old (2006) and still active: https://github.com/NLnetLabs/unbound/graphs/contr ibutors