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The company shared plans this year to help build pathways to employment for students of color and will donate $25 million to about two-dozen minority-serving institutions.

Local churches, the Warrenton fire department and police department, and schools all responded by buying turkeys and donating them to the pantry.

As a courtesy, the families that had donated the taxidermy trophies were asked if they wanted theirs back.

His friend Bill Gates, a former Berkshire board member, has been donating through his foundation to help fund vaccine efforts.

Sales of this special release support Sierra Nevada’s commitment to donate at least $1 million to charities this year.

9 Gifts to Elevate the Road TripGabriela Aoun and Joe JacksonNovember 10, 2020Outside Online

He donated tens of millions more to national parks, breast cancer research, Carnegie Hall and paying the student debts of a Morehouse College graduating class.

A dodgy deal helped make him a billionaire. It worked, until now.Peter Whoriskey, Yeganeh Torbati, Keith L. AlexanderNovember 9, 2020Washington Post

You can donate money, of course, but you can also buy books from the organization’s wishlist — or, given how broke a lot of us are right now, just donate the books you have and aren’t ever going to read.

The resulting embryo is implanted into a surrogate, and the surrogate gives birth to a clone of the animal that donated the nucleus.

We give everyone a day off to take advantage of powder days or hike a 14er, then donate $1,000 to a charity of choice.

We donate one tree for every garment sold, and 10% of our profits to animal, environmental, and women’s empowerment programs.


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