Brangelina announced a $1 million donation to Haiti quake victims.
Social media have created a platform for every single American to become a “virtual first responder,” in word, donation, or deed.
One-hundred percent of the donation will be directed to her organization.
All donation—anonymous and named—are fully reported to the IRS.
One of the two plaintiffs wants her donation back—and the other a $12 refund for her copy of the book.
This section is section eleven of the donation Land Law, which was passed without opposition.
The State of Alabama, in which it was placed, gave it an annual donation.
Edward the Confessor made a like donation to the family of Nigel.
Then if it sends the petition this year you will give the donation, I suppose?
It does not approach the donation of Japan, and little more than doubles that of Spain.
early 15c., from Old French donacion (13c.), from Latin donationem (nominative donatio) "a presenting, giving," noun of action from past participle stem of donare "give as a gift," from donum "gift," from PIE *donum "gift" (cf. Sanskrit danam "offering, present," Old Church Slavonic dani "tribute," Lithuanian duonis "gift," Old Irish dan "gift, endowment, talent," Welsh dawn "gift"), from root *do- "to give" (see date (n.1)).