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a person who gives to a charity or cause

Synonyms for donor

(medicine) someone who gives blood or tissue or an organ to be used in another person (the host)

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It is upon these small gifts, which carry with them the interest of hundreds of donors, that any philanthropic work must depend largely for its support.
Crisparkle had been either chooser, lender, or donor of the books, or that he combined the three characters, might have been easily seen in the friendly beam of his eyes upon them as he entered.
But he took the cigars, on Sundays, and was glad to get them; and sometimes even condescended to walk up and down the yard with the donor (who was proud and hopeful then), and benignantly to smoke one in his society.
Local organ procurement organization announces increase in registered organ donors and record-breaking tissue donation year, translating to more lives saved and healed
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A national survey for the Philanthropic Giving Index (PGI) released by the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University this past December 2009 shows 93 percent of fundraisers surveyed said retaining current donors was a high priority for their organization, followed by cultivating prospective donors (70 percent) and reengaging lapsed donors (56 percent).
cfm) services to patients from across the globe for more than 20 years and has one of the largest donor egg IVF (in vitro fertilisation) programs in the world, with approximately 200 fully screened, available donors.
Each year the industry takes in an estimated $1 billion in revenue, not a cent of which will go to the families or heirs of the donors who provide the raw material.
In structuring the CRUT, donors and their advisers will determine the specific terms of the trust within the following Internal Revenue Code guidelines:
If you consider there are about 23 million drivers in this state, that's upwards of 17 million people willing to be organ and tissue donors after they die.
Demonstrating these trends through easy-to-read charts can help clarify for potential donors that a growing number of students can't attend the school without assistance.
With live donors now making up almost half the organ donors in the US, several high profile living donor deaths and altruistic living donations on the rise, the federal government has decided the time has come to provide those donors the same oversight protections given to deceased donors.
We've got demographics on our side," she said, citing studies that have shown that "the biggest donors and donors to the church in Canada is a very large part of all donors to charitable organizations.
More than half of the transplants come from brain-dead donors or cadavers; the others come from a living relative or an unrelated donor.
Facts: The donors (husband and wife) owned an art collection, some pieces of which they had already donated to a museum.