To my mind, this is why we should get rid of the corporate income tax--and the charitable tax deduction as well.
The company, through its charitable foundation, pledged $5 million to the memorial.
In other words, no other disaster in recent times has been quite so ignored by the Western charitable tradition.
In order to be consistent with that statement, the Romneys limited their deduction of charitable contributions.
The 30-year-old tradition has taken to Kickstarter for charitable seed money.
These charitable laymen went over to Wethalie for the purpose of trade.
charitable institutions were restricted, and benefited only a few.
He wrote to his family, and sent for Sister Sainte-Genevieve, who looked after him with charitable care.
For all that, do what lieth in thee, by all charitable means, to bring him to unity.
He was charitable; but chose to conceal the hand that ministered relief.
c.1200, in reference to the Christian virtue, from Old French charitable, from charité (see charity). Meaning "liberal in treatment of the poor" is from c.1400; that of "inclined to impute favorable motives to others" is from 1620s. Related: Charitableness; charitably.