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Donor

One who gives property or assets to someone else through the vehicle of a trust.

Donor

A person or institution who gives assets to another person or institution, either directly or through a trust. Under most circumstances, donors can deduct the value (or depreciated value) of the assets given from their taxable income. While many donors give out of the goodness of their hearts, many do so in order to avoid taxes, especially when donating through a trust.

donor

One who gives a gift.

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However, there is no data available if different blood banks in the Kingdom are deferring donors due to blood-letting and if so what is the deferral rate.
Data from the Center on Philanthropy and the Association of Fundraising Professionals' Fundraising Effectiveness Project suggest a significant fall off in donors.
Current law proscribes the compensation of donors, ostensibly for their protection.
First, the present value of the stream of payments made over the term of the trust will be a gift subject to normal gift tax rules if the beneficiary is other than the donor or the donor's spouse.
The former system of having potential organ donors put a pink dot sticker on their driver's license and carry a donor card was ineffective, said Taubman, a kidney recipient and president of the San Fernando Valley/Ventura chapter of TRIO -- Transplant Recipient International Organization.
The Secretary [Mike Leavitt] directs the OPTN to develop policies regarding living organ donors and living organ donor recipients, including policies for the equitable allocation of living donor organs," HRSA said in the June 16 Federal Register.
A centralized development office with an experienced executive director for development, more training for staff, an organizational culture that promotes teambuilding, business and strategic planning that includes a quarterly review of results against projections, a proper collection and maintenance of statistical data, donor cultivation, and proper use of technology need to be implemented, according to an audit report released to national church management and some staff in January.
The physicians matched donors and recipients for immune compatibility.
If the breach involves any loaned works, they must be returned to the donors.
Several case reports and small, retrospective studies have shown that, with appropriate antimicrobial drug treatment, transplant recipients of organs from donors with bacterial meningitis do not have increased risk for infection (2,3) or reduced graft survival (3).