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Founders Pledge, an organization that guides entrepreneurs committed to donating a portion of their proceeds to effective charities, used these same criteria to assess climate organizations.

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That morning, Ryan donated his kidney to an anonymous recipient in Boston.

Kathy, Arthrex manufactured and donated PPE to health care professionals and first responders on the front line in your community.

From Fortune

Fisher has said he wants to donate the Rio Grande fence to the federal government as well, although it’s unclear whether the government will take it.

The new 1% for the Planet checking account, only from Bank of the West, donates one percent of the bank’s net revenue from the account to an environmental nonprofit—at no cost to you.

We may never know the full amount that the Kochs or other outside spenders donate to advance anti-union legislation.

“Our volunteers donate their time, materials, and use of their 3-D printers to create them,” Jen Owen, a member of e-NABLE, said.

There, you can donate to the cause and join the “mass number of Manson supporters worldwide.”

Instead of ice water, Sheen pours a bucket full of cash on himself, all of which he plans to donate to the ALS Association.

Of course, this isn't real; the site is just a screenshot mockup with no links or means to donate.

You can give it away, you can lend it, you can pass it on to your descendants or donate it to the local homeless shelter.

Then, keeping the little moths out of the big ones was too much for the mater, so father advised that I donate mine to the museum.

"I'll donate them to the church," said the other, tossing a coin upon the counter and dashing from the store.

I'm sure he'll donate the candy cane Joyce sent as a joke, although he is so fond of old-fashioned striped peppermint sticks.

The plan usually adopted in the formation of a travelling library is for each member of a club to donate one or more books.


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On this page you'll find 63 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to donate, such as: award, bequeath, contribute, devote, give, and give away.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.