Are sentences like the following valid?
- He donated the charity five hundred dollars.
- She donated the children every penny she had.
- We donated the library a large collection of books.
- They won't donate the school any more supplies.
- Would you donate your sister a kidney?
All of these sound perfectly natural to me. But I can't find this definition (or any similar examples) in any dictionary, and Huddleston & Pullum (2002) claim that "donate" can't be used with an indirect object. Am I crazy?
(I'm in the Northeast US, in case this is a regionalism.)