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The organized activity or an instance of soliciting money or pledges, as for charitable organizations or political campaigns.

fund′raise′ v.


fund-raising [ˈfʌndreɪzɪŋ]
ncollecte f de fonds
adj [dinner, event] → organisé pour collecter des fonds
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The primaries aren't until March, but political fundraising has already started and will accelerate after Labor Day.
It is seeking out candidates to let them know there's a better choice at a better price for online political fundraising.
He also leads bi-partisan pro-Israel political fundraising for members of congress.
Nichols comes to NPA from the Pontifical North American College, with a diverse background in political fundraising and advocacy representation.
He said: "The Tories seem to be confusing their party political fundraising efforts with what is in the national interest.
Obama himself was flying to Texas on Wednesday, a trip designed mostly for political fundraising for Democrats but now including a meeting on immigration with Gov.
He uses his celebrity to generate income and attention for worthy causes (and we're leaving political fundraising out of this equation, folks, so let's not raise any partisan flags).
Things start getting very messy indeed when Number 10 gets deployed for party political fundraising.
NAAPAC is the political fundraising committee connected with NAA.
Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda admitted Monday unknowingly receiving a total of about 470,000 yen in donations from two foreign nationals, contravening Japanese law on political fundraising.
Sean Gallagher, who has been dogged by controversy over his political fundraising past, voted early at Blackrock National School in Dundalk, Co Louth.
Gallagher has vigorously denied any wrongdoing amid accusations of improper conduct in relation to political fundraising and his business dealings, but a shaky performance on the subject in a televised debate on Monday led to punters abandoning him in their droves.