Donald Trump Probably Got A Nice Tote Bag In Return For His $100 Donation to The Make-A-Wish Foundation

Yes, Donald Trump's foundation did not donate a penny to relief organizations in the wake of tragedies like September 11, Hurricane Katrina, or the Haiti earthquake. So, if history serves, the wealthy developer will likely take a pass when it comes to offering financial aid to Hurricane Sandy victims (including many of his fellow New Yorkers).

But that's not to say Trump hasn't, on occasion, opened his foundation's wallet to the less flush/fortunate. For example, here are 15 hefty Trump donations, all culled from his foundation’s Internal Revenue Service tax returns:

 * New York Landmarks Conservancy ($25)

 * ASPCA ($50)

 * The Animal Medical Center ($50)

 * International Fund for America ($50)

 * Jewish National Fund ($70)

 * Veterans of Foreign Wars ($100)

 * The Vallly Inc. ($100)

 * Make-A-Wish Foundation ($100)

 * March of Dimes ($100)

 * Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation ($100)

 * Boys & Girls Clubs of America ($150)

 * Queens Child Guidance Center ($200)

 * Leaders In Furthering Education Against Drug Abuse ($200)

 * New York Military Academy ($200)

 * Special Olympics ($250)