Trump Donates Salary to Arc Foundation as VVA Drops Donors

Donald Trump has donated $1.3 million in salary to the Arc Foundation, according to the foundation’s website.

Trump’s salary, which will be paid over three years, will not be shared with any Arc donors, according the Arc website.

“Trump and Arc are proud to have been able to provide the highest possible level of compensation to those who have helped us through this time,” said Paul S. Stine, president and chief executive officer of Arc.

The Trump Foundation did not respond to requests for comment. 

Trump donated to the Trump Foundation on his own account, according for Trump’s campaign website.

Arc said that while the Trump campaign had paid for the salary, the donation was not included on Trump’s FEC filings. 

In January, Trump gave $5 million to the Donald J. Trump Foundation, and donated a total of $10 million to his charities since the inauguration, according to his financial disclosure form. 

A Trump Foundation spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment on this story.

#1 gift for #veg donors: Viva Gifts for Vegans

Viva Givers is a charity which is dedicated to helping people make a difference by donating to the Viva Food Bank of South Australia.

The charity has already donated over $100,000 to the charity, and it’s hoped the money will help give more food to those in need.

“It’s really about changing the world.

The world is hungry for the good, healthy food that is produced, but we’re not getting it,” Viva President, Chris Wood, said.

We can’t give those farmers a break. “

The food that we need is coming from the farmers that we know that we are farmers, and if we don’t have access to that, then what do we do?

We can’t give those farmers a break.

We need to change that.”

A spokesperson for Viva said it was a great way to give back and help others.

“We believe that food should be accessible, and to be a part of the solution, it’s important to help the hungry and the poor, and we’re working hard to do just that,” they said.

The spokesperson said there were many people who would be interested in helping out with donations, including vets and children.

“There’s plenty of opportunities for people to help out, we’ve had many people come to us with the idea of donating to Viva and they’ve got to do so for their own safety,” the spokesperson said.

Viva is looking for donations in the $1,000 level.

If you would like to make a donation to Vva, you can make a one time donation at the Vida store on the corner of Swanston Street and Glen Street.

Or you can drop off your donation at a Viva store on any street or public park.

To make a two dollar donation, simply donate online at, or drop off at any Viva outlet in SA.

Vida also runs a food bank in Victoria which will help people in the region who have lost their jobs or are facing financial hardship.

It also offers vouchers to people who are struggling financially.

If this is your first time making a donation, you may need to fill out some paperwork, including the amount of money you want to give.

Vivid Giving is also offering a number of charitable gifts, including a $2,000 donation to Save the Children.

“I just want to thank Viva for supporting my community and giving me the gift of food to share with the people in need,” one recipient said.

If anyone is interested in making a one-off donation, the recipient can do so by visiting or donating at any store in South Australia on November 18.

Robert Donat: We need to put our money where our mouth is

Fox Sports Contributor Robert Doat has been interviewed by The Daily Telegraph. 

The article is titled Robert ‘s thoughts on the state of the football world and the state the game is in. 

In the article, Doat says it has been an “experiment” to see if the game could be done better. 

“I’ve never been involved in the business side of football.

I’m an outsider.

I don’t think I’m qualified to make any judgements,” Doat said.

The interview is an interesting one for the former Wigan Athletic and Liverpool defender. “

But I am interested in what happens when you invest your money in a sport, especially when it is in the public domain.” 

The interview is an interesting one for the former Wigan Athletic and Liverpool defender. 

He has played in several European finals, and is a long-term supporter of the Premier League. 

I’m not the best player on the pitch but I think the best team can win the league, and that’s why I love football.

Doat has previously said he wanted to see the game “move forwards” and the FA should not “overreact” to the news that the Premier the PremierLeague is considering changing its structure. 

You can watch the interview here:  Follow @Breznican