That which is contributed; -- either the portion which an individual furnishes to the common stock, or the whole which is formed by the gifts of individuals.
A contribution is the giving of money or anything of value - subject to certain specific statutory exceptions - to a federal candidate or political committee for its use in influencing a federal election.
Any gift, subscription, donation, dues, loans, advance, deposit of money, anything of value, purchase of fund-raising tickets, or transfer of funds knowingly received to support or oppose a candidate or proposition.
A payment, service, or anything of value given to influence an election. According to FEC regulations: a contribution to a federal PAC must be voluntary; the PAC may not accept prohibited funds; and only a limited class of individuals may be solicited; for a non federal PAC, similar rules will apply, varying from State to State.
a voluntary gift (as of money or service or ideas) made to some worthwhile cause
a donation to a nonprofit organization
a good way to say "congratulations" to Lamont's campaign
a tax deductible gift
A gift of cash or securities made to a donor-advised fund account. A contribution is irrevocable and immediately tax-deductible. For example, in order to open an account through the Harris Charitable Giving Fund Program, the donor must make an initial contribution of at least $10,000. Subsequent contributions must exceed $5,000.
Money, or anything else of value (such as mailing lists, telephones, billboard space) given to a candidate's campaign committee, political party, or political action committee (PAC) by an individual or organization.
Money, goods or services given to a candidate for their campaign are contributions. Contributions include: The ticket price for a fund-raising event. The difference of the amount paid and the market value of a good or service sold at a fund-raising event. The difference between the amount paid and the market value of a good or service purchased for the campaign. Any unpaid but guaranteed balance of a campaign loan.
n. a gift or donation.
A contribution of cash or securities made by donors to their donor-advised fund account. A contribution is irrevocable and immediately tax deductible. To open a Franklin Templeton Charitable Giving Fund account, the donor must make an initial contribution of at least $5,000. Subsequent contributions must be for at least $1,000.
A gift, a pledge payment or a pledge.
Includes gifts, grants, bequests and any similar transfer of resources (both monetary as well as in-kind).
The contribution of our time, talent, and treasure also tangibly demonstrate our oneness in Christ. The pastor is not called to do the work of the ministry. Rather, the pastor is called to "prepare God's people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up" (Eph. 4:12). God has given the individual members of the church spiritual gifts to be used "for the common good" (1 Cor. 12:7). Christ has called individuals from every tongue and tribe and nation to oneness as the family of God. Remember, no man is an island! God has called each member to the body for a purpose. Many logs burning together burn brightly, but when a log falls to the side, its embers quickly die. D = Disciples In the Great Commission, Christ called us not only to make converts but to make disciples (Matt. 28:19). A disciple is a learner or follower of the Lord Jesus Christ. We are called to the task of making disciples through the testimony of our love, the testimony of our lips, and the testimony of our lives.
Any gift of money made to a charitable organization.