Oracle sql count - query

from    donations@pdon_new a,
          donors@pdon_new b,
           drives@pdon_new c,
           locations@pdon_new d,
           donor_addresses@pdon_new e,
           valid_city_state@pdon_new f,
           sponsors@pdon_new g
where  a.deferral_id is null
and     a.drive_id = c.drive_id
and     a.unit_id = b.last_unit_id
and     a.credit_sponsor = g.sponsor_id
and     c.location_id = d.location_id
and     e.usps_id = f.usps_id
and     e.donor_id = a.donor_id
and     substr(a.drive_id,1,4) not in 'DRV5'
and     a.donor_id = b.donor_id
and     a.donation_type != 'AU'
and     b.life_donations = 1
and c.drive_id = 'DRV2010953'
group by, a.donor_id;

CRETE       1
CRETE       1
STEGER     1

I want this to be
CRETE          2
STEGER        1

How can I achieve that
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slightwv (䄆 Netminder) Commented:
Don't group by donor_id?

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anumosesAuthor Commented:
oops .. thats true
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