How to make your Twitter donation donation count in 2018

Recode is excited to announce the launch of our new Donation Page, which will allow you to make a single, personalized donation of up to $10,000 to charity.

To start, simply select “Donate Now” from the dropdown at the top of the page.

To make your donation, simply choose a recipient and follow the instructions.

Donations will be processed automatically in a few minutes and your donation will be recorded and sent to your chosen recipient.

Our goal is to make donating to organizations that are helping the people we love as easy as possible, and we’ll be expanding our Donation Page to more charities in the coming weeks.

In the meantime, if you’re looking to make one of your own, here are a few easy steps to take to make it happen:Donate now to your favorite charity:We’re super excited to be working with organizations like the ALS Association, United Way of Greater Phoenix, and the Salvation Army to raise awareness about ALS, the cause of which is still incredibly under-recognized and under-treated.

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JEFF BEZOS ON GOING TO GO VACATION FROM VACUUM, RETIREMENT TO SUPPORT SAVINGS NEWSLETTER

The former CEO of JPMorgan Chase and founder of the online brokerage firm GoFundMe said Tuesday that he will go to a retirement home to support his family in 2018, as he prepares to retire.

Jeff Bezos, who was president and chief executive officer of Amazon.com Inc. for more than 20 years before becoming the founder of Amazon, is retiring from the company.

The company announced the news Tuesday.

He told The Associated Press that he plans to live at a nursing home in Washington, D.C., for a year or so, and that his wife, Vanessa, will retire next year.

Bezos has said he will not be able to spend his days at Amazon as CEO, but he said his wife will stay involved with his philanthropic work.

In addition to his wife and his four children, Bezos is set to have one grandchild, and he has plans to start a family with his first wife, Marissa Mayer, who has worked as Amazon’s CEO since 2009.