Please find below a curated list of 105 of The Best Donation Quotes by notable women and men. Please consider sharing with others any of the Donation Quotes that resonate.
I’m always satisfied with going to soup kitchens or homeless shelters. A big one for me is children’s hospitals. I love spending time with kids, rooting for them, making them laugh. Any small act of kindness is just as important as a donation. So volunteer. Go out there and see how you can make a difference and help someone.
‘Extinction’ issue. Save the species for whom??? Humans’ convenience, of course! Individuals of the species are snatched from their homes/family/habitat/held in captivity/forced to mate at great physical/ spiritual pain. When the right numbers are reached, their holocaust starts all over again! Another merry-go-round/ bu$ine$$ a$ u$ual!!! Protectionists/welfarists find it a profitable issue: no controversy/ easy donations! I’d rather see an entire species extinct than in the hands of the humans!
After 9/11, the American Red Cross received more than half a billion dollars in donations to help the victims of the terrorist attacks. The families of the victims were already well-provided for by various government funds, so Red Cross simply drew a line across lower Manhattan and offered everyone there financial assistance, whether they needed it or not.
There is a document in every novel in the world. Even in the most fantastic novel, even in science fiction, there is a documentary side. But, this side is not the crux of the matter. I don’t think a novel’s main donation, main gift, is the document. The document is there, but a novel goes beyond documentation. It goes into opening a new vista, opening a new perspective, showing familiar things in an unfamiliar way.
We tell the for-profit sector, ‘Spend, spend, spend on advertising until the last dollar no longer produces a penny of value,’ but we don’t like to see our donations spent on advertising in charity. Our attitude is, ‘Well look, if you can get the advertising donated (at four o’clock in the morning) I’m okay with that, but I don’t want my donation spent on advertising, I want it to go to the needy,’ as if the money invested in advertising could not bring in dramatically greater sums of money to serve the needy.
I don’t think a novel’s main donation, main gift, is the document. The document is there, but a novel goes beyond documentation. It goes into opening a new vista, opening a new perspective, showing familiar things in an unfamiliar way, and making the reader reconsider the documentary facts which he or she may have known before.
The play of Hillary Clinton is to do exactly what she did with Whitewater, with the conspiracy theories about Vince Foster’s suicide, with the conspiracy theory that Clinton Foundation donations somehow went to the Russians to open a Nickel mine in Canada, this is all nonsense. This stuff has been going on for 30 years.
High tax rates in the upper income brackets allow politicians to win votes with class warfare rhetoric, painting their opponents as defenders of the rich. Meanwhile, the same politicians can win donations from the rich by creating tax loopholes that can keep the rich from actually paying those higher tax rates – or perhaps any taxes at all. What is worse than class warfare is phony class warfare. Slippery talk about ‘fairness’ is at the heart of this fraud by politicians seeking to squander more of the nation’s resources.