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donate

(dō′nāt′, dō-nāt′)
v. do·nated, do·nating, do·nates
v.tr.
1. Medicine To provide (blood, tissue, or an organ) for transfusion, implantation, or transplant.
2. Chemistry To provide (an electron or atom, for example) for combination with an acceptor.

do′na·tor n.
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Funds are directly monitored by donators by holding an annual General Assembly in order to discuss aspects of money spending and to evaluate the performance of investment manager of the fund, and the right to change it.
NNA - Minister of Education Elias Bou Sb called on donators in Washington to rehabilitate and equip schools in Lebanon and give them educational incentives in the wake of influx of displaced Syrians that Lebanon is enduring comparing to its small area.
The sources criticized that the support for such operations were not enough, because the donators believe that Iraq is a rich country.
The donators were also given proper receipt of their payments.
We only stock high quality items and have our donators to thank for that.
But again how can the travel ban victim send the donation back to the donators if there is no contact between them?
Donators can select to pay for things like sending a child to summer camp, covering the cost of a support group session, funding a flu shot, supporting research, or they can simply make a general donation.
The Municipality of Studenicani is in a similar situation but it boosted the cooperation with foreign donators to realize the promised projects while the Municipality of Saraj said that the construction of a gymnasium will be the most important project in the new mandate.
She said: "I've been overwhelmed by the generosity of friends, family, work colleagues, strangers and anonymous donators alike.
The names of donators will be added to an honours board at the centre.
Both the donators and the agency for food control had to be sure that we treat the donated food safely," Marina Brakalova, executive director of the food bank said in an interview for Dnevnik daily.