Unrestricted Donation

Unrestricted Donation

A donation in which the donor does not require a specific use. For example, when a donor makes an unrestricted donation to a non-profit organization, the non-profit, at its discretion, may use the donation for whatever purpose it chooses. See also: Restricted donation.
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It appears that Morin did consider this issue and elected to make a largely unrestricted donation.
July 2012--RFD-TV makes a $1,000,000 donation to the FFA Foundation, the largest unrestricted donation in the organization's history.
Of the six authors, four are from the Aarhus University Hospital clinical epidemiology department, a member of the center, which receives funding that includes an unrestricted donation from Novo-Nordisk.
SHREWSBURY - The largest unrestricted donation the Worcester County Food Bank has received in its 27-year history came Thursday in the form of $97,800 from an anonymous donor.
In addition to their unrestricted donation as HCIAC members, certain gold members make additional contributions to directly fund award programs.
A $25,000 unrestricted donation to fund the clean-up and restoration of Lake Pontchartrain was presented by Anheuser-Busch to the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation during a ceremony held April 11, at the Foundation's monthly board meeting.
In October, RMG made the largest unrestricted donation ever to the National FFA Organization, totaling $1 million.
They've proceeded as though the thousands of people who paid a $30 surcharge for those plates actually intended to make an unrestricted donation to the state's general fund.
The shelter especially appreciates unrestricted donations, such as the one from the foundation, money that likely will go to routine veterinary care -- vaccinations, deworming and the like -- that costs more than $400,000 per year, Foster said.
Under Bair, the college has created a "Dam the Debt" program that directs all unrestricted donations to fund student scholarships.
But since the school's budget couldn't support it, she decided to use donations to fund the initiative, dubbed "Dam the Debt." She also changed an internal policy to funnel unrestricted donations to scholarships.
I'm especially outraged that the money came from so-called "unrestricted donations" to the UO.

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