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a voluntary gift (as of money or service or ideas) made to some worthwhile cause

act of giving in common with others for a common purpose especially to a charity

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9 There is evidence suggesting that healthcare professionals' attitude can play an imperative role in rates of organ donations, promotion of organ donation campaigns, and its successes.
Donations mortis causa, being in the form of a will, need not be accepted by the donee during the donor's lifetime.
The Income Tax Act allows the donor to carry-forward any unclaimed donations for up to 5 years.
All donations will benefit parient care services at Newhall Memorial.
This change affects not only taxpayers, but charities themselves, increasing the need to generate receipts to receive charitable donations.
In addition, for donations of $250 or more, no deduction is allowed unless substantiated by a contemporaneous written acknowledgment by the donee--which must include the amount of money donated; whether the donee provided any goods or services in consideration for the donation; and a good faith estimate of their value.
Many of these donations are small enough that they may not even come to the attention of a university's planned giving staff, but Norwell says that donors still deserve to know that their money is going to its intended purpose.
The new Conservative government's campaign pledge to eliminate capital gains on donations of traded securities to charities could provide a major boost to the charitable sector, according to a report from TD Economics.
We cannot overstate how crucial these donations are to the operations of the Journal.
Within days of Hurricane Katrina, the National Cattleman's Beef Association (NCBA), state beef councils and state cattlemen's associations made donations to traditional relief agencies.
You don't have to be a millionaire for these donations to make economic sense.
Subscriptions can also be pure donations for fundraising--not giving access to articles or tickets.
Obviously, this conclusion implies the potential use of blood donations from donors who were at risk but whose PCR results were negative.
Like any competitive industry, charities must vie with each other for a limited pool of donations.
1 percent of their total income that readers, on average, say they set aside for donations, half is reported to go to their local parishes.