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In Kind

1. See: In-kind distribution.

2. See: In-kind income.

3. See: Payment in kind bond.
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Clearly, in cases where contributors and nonactivist members of large purposive groups would have prevented a greater distribution of money to activist members, in-kind benefits may be more than just associated with large purposive groups.
For purposes of this analysis it is useful to divide "benefits" into the three broad categories proposed above: (1) "in-kind," (2) "lump-sum income" payments, and (3) "price savings." Examples of the first category include "noncontributory" medical and dental care.
According to the statement, the Chinese embassy will work with NPTC, Joint Defense Board (JDB), Joint Military Ceasefire Commission (JMCC) and other mechanisms to ensure the effective use and sound management of these in-kind contributions from China.
Angara's Soce showed that most of his campaign spending came were sourced from in-kind contributions of his party, Laban ng Demokratikong Pilipino, which amounted to P153,341,072.
As part of the in-kind funding, Comcast will donate advertising time on its cable systems to build awareness and encourage donations to the North Valley Community Foundation, which administers the Camp Fire Evacuation Relief Fund and the Butte County Schools Fire Relief Fund.
His opponent, Democrat Richard Johnson of Elgin, received $388,058 of support via in-kind contributions during the quarter, according to the report for Johnson for Illinois.
In this framework, the patron learns who to target because they slowly gain knowledge about each client over time, presumably including their financial situation and their preferences for different types of transfers (cash or in-kind).
The debt-free project was made possible by donations from individuals, grant money from the City of Boulder, Boulder County Worthy Cause Fund, and the State of Colorado Department of Local Affairs, and in-kind donations from HomeAid Colorado and William Lyon Homes.
A study conducted by Pakistan Centre for Philanthropy showed thatPakistanis give aroundRs 240 billion (more than $2 billion) annually to charity.According to the report, about 98 per cent of people in the country give in one form or another if not with cash, then with in-kind donations or by volunteering for needy causes.
He added that the new branches are expected to receive material and in-kind donations, noting that collecting the resources required for the activities and projects of QC, both inside and outside the country, is one of its most important activities.
The investor presentation describes the company's "in-kind" investment plan, including its 2017 investments of USD 2.5 million in wind plant optimization software, clean hydrogen, HVAC, automated sense & avoid software for drones and machine intelligence systems.
At least 5,000 families composing the first batch of returning residents to war-torn Marawi were already provided financial and in-kind assistance worth almost P60 million by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).