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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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He said most employees of the Ministry of Health and Wellness always asked people to donate blood but they never donated.
Listing out some of the possible reasons that may be preventing people from donating blood during the summer months, Kharusi said, 'Unfortunately, many people are reluctant to donate blood when the temperatures rise.
"Our message to the community is that they should come forward and donate blood.
'You can also donate yours to them, if you're ever planning to have your long locks chopped too!
Here's a look at how you can donate to some of the NGOs:-
Earlier, the Pakistan Army officers had announced to donate two days salary to the Chief Justice fund.
The donors were first had their blood pressure checked, as those whose blood pressure was detected to be within the normal range, would be allowed to donate.
PCSO does not leniently donate ambulances because it must pass through a rigorous process.
As a living donor you can also donate your bone and amniotic membrane to be used as a graft in eye reconstruction surgery.
"As soon as I returned I made it my goal to donate blood whenever I could," he said.
Another blood donor, Khairul Azlan Mohamad, 47, a Kawat committee member, said he was called to donate blood because his 'O' blood type was useful to help many people.
When coming to reasons for not donating blood, there was significant association of many factors like fear (p <0.001), the collection facility being far from the place (p <0.001), not having enough time to donate (p <0.001).