Relative to the importance of using identity theory to predict organ donor behavior and intentions to donate
, this theory states that being strongly committed to a role reinforces identity with the role, which tends to reinforce behaviors associated with the role.
B purchases a new copier and donates
the old one to a local charity.
Instead of the taxpayer writing a check directly, he or she can donate
vacation, sick leave, or personal leave credits before January 1, 2007, to a particular organization, and the employer would make the payment.
Throughout October and the rest of the year, PursePal will donate
$5 to the Susan G.
TO TSUNAMI VICTIMS: From the high-end to the health-conscious, restaurants in the Los Angeles area are banding together to donate
about $30,000 to aid victims of the tsunami disaster.
As part of the LEGO Builders of Tomorrow program, children are encouraged to donate
one of their LEGO bricks and send drawings, photos or notes describing something they think would help New Orleans become a strong city again.
In addition to the funds raised during the event, General Mills will donate
up to $25,000 more in March through a bakery mix promotion in which the company is donating $5 for every bag of Danish mix sold to bakeries across the country through March 10.
People can also donate
playing cards; small board games such as chess, checkers or cribbage; jigsaw puzzles; recent paperback books, especially mysteries, action, drama and science fiction; puzzle books; and comic books.
More donations came to the foundation when a 1966 Shelby Cobra CSX3000 Roadster (Lot 1291) sold for $594,000 and the seller, Melvin Jones, graciously agreed to donate
20 percent of the final auction price above $350,000.
Club members decided to donate
teddy bears to children in New York, and the success of the project caused them to make it an annual event and to shift the focus of the donations to the CHP, Laureta said.
Through the LEGO Builders of Tomorrow program, children are encouraged to donate
one or more of their LEGO bricks and send drawings, photos or notes describing something they think would help New Orleans become a strong city again.
Carlos Cortez, 72, of Granada Hills said he felt compelled to donate
$35 after learning about the organization's burglaries.