- n. Plural form of donation.
“Why don't they just come out with a list of how much each legislator, republican or democrat, receive in donations from the healthcare/insurance lobbies?”
“Republicans say they've learned since their defeat — though they've benefited from hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations from the state's teachers 'union and hospital associations, interest groups with major stakes in sustaining state spending.”
“He received $2,000 in donations from the “America Supports You,” organization, which assists service members.”
“Which can take 8 Months or more — if Max Baucus is milking $3 Million in donations from the Process. heh heh”
“Mr. Cuomo has raised millions of dollars in donations from the corporate world, including some executives who typically give to Republican candidates.”
“The telethon has so far raised $61 million in donations from the general public for Haiti relief efforts.”
“Wonder if Baucus's over $4 MILLION in donations from the health care entities has anything with his not supporting Public Option??”
“The Irish Catholic reported that the House of Prayer collected €339,000 in donations from the public so far this year and had generated €700,000 in two years from religious ornaments and goods that it had bought for €300,000, generating profits of €400,000.”
“I'm sorry, but mailing in donations is too much trouble for financing Kyle's trip, it will take too long - we have to rely on PayPal for the moment, as much of a pain as it is.”
“Chris Allbritton was the first truly blog-created journalist -- a former Associated Press guy who raised $13,000 in donations from the audience of his blog Back To Iraq, to pay for a reporting trip to Iraq during the war.”
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