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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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1 Donor eligibility policies are a critical layer of blood safety designed to protect donors as well as recipients.
Given this potential, nonprofits must understand the strategies best employed to retain donors and the elements that create donor loyalty, such as donor satisfaction, commitment and trust.
The director of the nonprofit California Transplant Donor Network, which at the time was selling bone to Osteotech, admonished the Register, "It is not legal to sell organs and tissue.
The terms of the trust document provide the guidelines for computing the annual payment, or the unitrust amount, that is paid to the donor.
642(c)(3) and (5)): The donor transfers funds to a charity and receives an income interest during life.
The former system of having potential organ donors put a pink dot sticker on their driver's license and carry a donor card was ineffective, said Taubman, a kidney recipient and president of the San Fernando Valley/Ventura chapter of TRIO -- Transplant Recipient International Organization.
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.
HRSA stressed that non-compliance by OPTN members would have the same consequences as non-compliance with deceased donor policies.
The office would consist of senior development professionals--director of major gifts and gift planning, director of annual giving, director of donor relations--and a research officer and administrative assistant.
Each patient received one unscreened kidney; half came from a donor under age 60 and half from someone 60 or over.
We report a case of liver transplantation in which the donor had brain death from meningococcal meningitis.
The requirement of photo identification of the grantor of the power, the determination that the donor is alive, proof of consent at closing and prior review of the form of power are just a few of the procedures taken to avert a closing disaster.
However, in bringing about "miracle major gifts"--those transformational gifts which empower an organization to achieve a whole new level of service--the organizations must recognize the six key attributes in potential donors to attract the very special gifts that can make a difference In success.
The present study explored the relationships between identify and motivation as predictors of donor behavior and donor behavioral intentions.