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He said there was a dual standard of the KMC officers in dealing with a poor and resourceless person as compared to their benefactors who gave them commission on monthly basis.
Public Library and the Troy Communication Foundation, honored AT&T Michigan with a Major Benefactor Citation during an event at the library on June 29.
AN ANONYMOUS benefactor has given a charity movement a massive PS700,000 boost.
The list published on the State Comptrollers website sites the names and locations of each donor and reveals that most of the American benefactors hail from New York, Los Angeles and Florida.
Benefactors are important advocates who help to build strong support for the college in its the region and throughout the state and nation.
Others have the names of benefactors linked to them, such as Henry Stead Charity, Polly Wharton Charity and Enoch Haythorne.
What happens if a benefactor became so disenfranchised he decides to walk away?
Marking its 15th anniversary this year, the dinner and contributions from the foundation's benefactors help to advance evidence-based research and related medication management and educational initiatives that benefit patients, improve outcomes and advance public health.
Our benefactors continue to be supportive and encouraging, and the numbers show that.
Melbourne, July 28( ANI ): Women, who are keen to improve their physical presence, are resorting to cash handouts from male benefactors through a crowdfunding website.
Graves Growth Alliance of Mayfield and the Rotary Club of Paducah were among 35 of the state's leading individuals, business, and foundations recently recognized for their generous philanthropic and voluntary support to the Kentucky Community and Technical College System during the 12th annual President's Gala and Benefactors' Awards Dinner Don Dorris, executive director of Graves Growth Alliance, and Michael Muscarella, president of the Rotary Club of Paducah, represented their respective organizations as benefactors of West Kentucky Community and Technical College.
In 1951, Sigmund Samuel, one of the ROM's greatest benefactors and a former chair of the Board of Trustees, was honoured by the Comite de la France Libre with the Free France commemorative medal.