give to


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One portion to save, the other to spend, and the last to give to someone in need.
Sixty-two percent of religious households give to charity of any kind, compared with 46 percent of households with no religious affiliation.
Readers give to a variety of causes for a variety of reasons, but they resoundingly agree that they want their donations to directly support their chosen causes and not administrative costs.
Many of these things we give to charity, and some of them we regift.
If I give myself entirely to a person, there is nothing left over and at my disposal to give to someone else.
Tax advisers must understand the weight (or deference) courts give to revenue rulings when they determine a level of authority (e.
The practice is widespread, the money involved sometimes immense, and the implications potentially troubling: While, by law, anyone can contribute any amount, critics wonder if more than the democratic spirit motivates public employees to give to officials.
Designate a specific amount of money that you plan to give to charities and stay within that amount.
What she does give to her readers, however, is a scrumptious meal of her own, and for this we should all be indebted.
REBNY form office Lease [paragraph] 28 provides: "Except as otherwise in this lease provided, a bill, statement, notice or communication which Owner may desire or be required to give to Tenant, shall be deemed sufficiently given or rendered if, in writing, delivered to Tenant personally or sent by registered or certified mail addressed to Tenant at the building of which the demised premises form a part or at the last known residence address or business address of Tenant or left at any of the aforesaid premises addressed to Tenant, and the time of the rendition of such bill or statement and of the giving of such notice or communication shall be deemed to be the time when the same is delivered to Tenant, mailed, or left at the premises as herein provided.
All the money we give away should be as visible when we give to our church as when we give to our favorite gay rights organization.
We can help people better allocate their charitable dollar, to find the most efficient groups, the most accountable groups to give to,'' Borochoff said.