01. He [donates] blood to the Red Cross at least twice a year.
02. We should clean out the storage room, and [donate] a bunch of stuff to the Salvation Army.
03. An anonymous [donor] has contributed over $100,000 to our campaign to clean up the river.
04. We [donated] all our old clothes to Big Brothers.
05. The Red Cross is asking for [donations] of clothing and money for the victims of the tornado.
06. He believes that everyone should [donate] 10% of their earnings to charity.
07. He had been a blood [donor] for over 25 years, but he had to stop giving blood after he contracted hepatitis while travelling.
08. Whoopi Goldberg once remarked that if every American [donated] five hours a week to a good cause, it would equal the labor of 20 million full-time volunteers.
09. Businessman Andrew Carnegie [donated] about $330 million to libraries, research projects, and world peace endeavors.
10. More than 60 percent of all recipients of organ [donations] are between the ages of 18 and 49.
11. As of 1996, Japan was the largest foreign aid [donor] in the world.
12. When famine struck Africa in 1985-86, India made the second largest [donation] of grain to help the starving.
13. Drug traffickers in Bolivia often make charitable [donations] to poor communities to win public support.
14. In August of 1950, the United Nations moved to a new permanent location in New York City on land [donated] by the Rockefeller family.
15. After winning $54,000 as part of the Nobel Peace Prize, Martin Luther King [donated] the money to support civil rights in the United States.
16. When your computer gets old, and you want to replace it, consider [donating] it to a local school instead of throwing it in the garbage.
17. The environmental organization Greenpeace does not accept [donations] from governments or corporations.

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