• (verb): Give to a charity or good cause.
    Example: "I donated blood to the Red Cross for the victims of the earthquake"; "donate money to the orphanage"; "She donates to her favorite charity every month"

Some articles on donate:

Linux Foundation - Members
... the Linux Foundation Platinum Members (9), who each donate US$500,000 annually, incl ... LP Gold Members (11), who each donate US$100,000 annually, incl ... Silver Members (78), who each donate US$5,000-20,000 (scaling with number of employees) annually, e.g ...
Gogoyoko - Charity
... gogoyoko pledges to donate 10% of all advertisement revenues to charity and environmental organizations ... Artists and record labels can also choose to donate a portion of their earnings to the gogoyoko's partner charities ... Other registered users and browsers are able to donate directly through the site ...
Taittiriya Upanishad - Prescriptions
... Engage in charity work with diligence, donate according to your wealth, donate with faith, donate with humility ... Donate with friendliness (not belittling the receiver) in case of any doubts about performing these duties, follow as do the selfless, kindhearted sages do ...
Donate Life America
... Donate Life America, founded in 1992 as the Coalition on Donation, is a nonprofit alliance of national organizations and local coalitions in the ... Donate Life America is composed of national organizations and 47 local affiliates that coordinate donation related activities at the grassroots level ...
Mobile Donating - Drawbacks To Mobile Giving
... Mobile giving can be a convenient way to donate to charity, but charity watchdog group the American Institute of Philanthropy has warned that there are some pitfalls to cell phone giving ... that wireless carriers may limit the number of times per month a user can donate via text ... your donation faster if you mail a check or donate directly to the charity online using its secure web site." ...

Famous quotes containing the word donate:

    They are miserly, the princes of Austria, you need not grieve about it; they may not donate anything, but they allow themselves to be fleeced, the good lords.
    Franz Grillparzer (1791–1872)