civic-minded


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civ·ic-mind·ed

(sĭv′ĭk-mīn′dĭd)
adj.
Concerned with civic interests or active in community affairs.

civ′ic-mind′ed



adj.
concerned with community well-being.
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More than providing an avenue for giving, The KPMG Foundation supports the firm's mission to be a socially responsible and civic-minded organization.
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