Donald Trump Visits Day Top Village Rehabilitation Center and Donates $25,000 in 1989

After talk, Trump makes donation to Day Top Village rehabilitation center.

Millionaire businessman Donald Trump has donated $25,000 to Day Top Village, a rehabilitation center. Day Top spokeswoman Carol Schneider said Thursday that Trump enjoyed his visit with the group of mostly young people. She says the money may be used toward building a new facility for adolescents who are in need of rehabilitation programs. When he visited Day-Top last Thursday, Trump shared with the group the story of his brother Fred, who died of alcoholism at the age of 43.

Millionaire businessman Donald Trump has donated $25,000 to Day Top Village, a rehabilitation center.
Millionaire businessman Donald Trump has donated $25,000 to Day Top Village, a rehabilitation center.

Trump Donated $30K to the Harlem-Based Hale House for Babies Born Suffering From their Mothers’ Drug Abuse, Alcohol Abuse or AIDS – 1992

Donald Trump donates money to Hale House. Donald Trump brought greetings Wednesday from Atlantic City to Harlem, handing a $30,000 check to "Mother" Clara Hale on her 87th birthday. "This is to help keep you going," Trump told the founder of Hale House, which cares for babies born suffering from their mothers' drug or alcohol abuse or AIDS infection.
Donald Trump handed a $30,000 check to “Mother” Clara Hale, the founder of Hale House, which cares for babies born suffering from their mothers’ drug or alcohol abuse or AIDS infection.

Lansing State Journal (Lansing, Michigan) • 02 Apr 1992, Thu

Donald Trump donates money to Hale House

Donald Trump brought greetings Wednesday from Atlantic City to Harlem, handing a $30,000 check to “Mother” Clara Hale on her 87th birthday. “This is to help keep you going,” Trump told the founder of Hale House, which cares for babies born suffering from their mothers’ drug or alcohol abuse or AIDS infection. “Oooh thank you. Isn’t that marvelous,” Mother Hale said giving the developer a peck on the cheek.

Q3′ 2018 President Trump Donates $100,000 Paycheck to Alcoholism Research

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President Trump Donates $100,000 from Personal Salary to Alcoholism Research
President Trump again donates his $100,000 quarterly salary to the federal agency that researches alcoholism and alcoholism related problems.

President Donald Trump donated his salary to the federal agency investigating alcoholism and alcoholic problems from the third quarter of 2018.

Trump donated $100,000 to the National Institute for Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. For the president, alcoholism is an issue personally dear to him. After struggling with alcoholism his elder brother, Fred Jr, died in 1981, and the president said he had learnt from the experience of his brother.

In 2016, Trump promised not to accept an annual presidential salary of $400,000 if elected. It must be paid by law so that Trump has donated the quarterly payments to different federal departments and agencies. Among other things, Education, Health and Human Services, Transportation and Veterans Affairs accepted the donations of Trump.