philanthropic gift

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As you shift into ability and work to frame the value proposition for the fundraising solicitation, remember single women are more likely than single men to make a philanthropic gift.
Oxford said the pounds 75m donation was the "biggest philanthropic gift for undergraduate financial support in European history".
A further $7 million philanthropic gift will be used to complete the $44 million project.
The Philanthropic Gift Catalog features a wide spectrum of nonprofits that our clients might not already know about, and is just one of the many resources we provide our clients.
5 million philanthropic gift from Minnetonka-based UnitedHealthcare - the largest single gift the foundation has ever received.
Mattel's philanthropic gift, part of its commitment to two-percent pretax profit to philanthropic efforts, will support Otis student scholarships, art and design curriculum and facility enhancement.
With $250,000 Philanthropic Gift, Darden Offers More than 75 Students and Educators Opportunities to Pursue Rewarding Careers through Scholarships -
The Jacksons have been honored numerous times for their philanthropic gifts to NSU and the greater South Florida community.
Korkmaz, a businessman and philanthropist recognized for his generous support and donations to victims of war in the Middle East additionally announced a philanthropic plan to support Relief International with all of his philanthropic gifts moving forward.
Philanthropic gifts are essential at Arkansas Children's Hospital, offering support for pediatric care, research, education and prevention programs.
Royal Patrons' Circle (RPC) Members contribute more than $1 million annually in unrestricted philanthropic gifts for the ROM's highest priorities.
But even that amount was an improvement on the previous year when the university did not receive a single penny in philanthropic gifts.