16 We would be relieved of those pesky, never-ending requests for donations from Congress members flooding our in-boxes and mailboxes.
17 A former student has donated a munificent sum of money to the college.
18 She has donated money to establish a pharmaceutical laboratory.
19 Tons of internationally donated food was distributed to the starving peasants.
20 He donated a large sum of money to the orphanage.
21 An anonymous businesswoman donated one million dollars to the charity.
22 The professor donated his books to the library.
23 The money was donated by a local businessman who wishes to remain anonymous.
24 He donated a site for a Hope School.
25 At the same time, the bank president said the money donated must be well spent, in a predictable, transparent, strategic and effective manner.
26 In his role as philanthropist and public benefactor, John D. Rockefeller, Sr., donated millions to charity; as an individual, however, he was a tight-fisted old man.
27 Beneath a lustrous 33-metre bronze statue of Guanyin, the Bodhisattva of mercy, a young monk tallies the cash donated by visiting faithful.
28 Empty seats have been as ubiquitous at the Rio Olympics venues as Brazilian flags and yellow soccer kits; the organizers donated a massive amount of tickets to less-populated events to underprivileged children even makes things worse.
29 People donate money, put their names to a petition urging governments to do more to fight AIDS.
30 It says malnutrition rates are close to emergency levels and is calling on the public to donate money for clean water, medicine and sanitation.