Donate [verb]

Definition of Donate:

make a gift of

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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.

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.

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.

Along with that, the Levi Strauss Foundation is donating around $1 million dollars to help minority communities overcome the myriad barriers they face to get to the polls.

True, corporate America stepped up during the early days of the coronavirus, donating capital and personal protective equipment and engaging in other efforts to address the crisis.

American industries tend to play both sides by donating to candidates from both major political parties.

For example, lungs generally start with a donated lung specimen, with its cells washed out using detergent, and then repopulated with new donor cells.

They are labeled acids or bases depending on whether they donate or accept pairs of electrons.