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or fund′rais`ing,

the act or process of raising funds by soliciting contributions or pledges.


[ˈfʌndˌreɪzɪŋ] Nrecaudación f de fondos


1. nraccolta di fondi
2. adj (event) → per la raccolta di fondi
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Cat Yates, South Birmingham and Solihull fund-raising manager, said: "This is a fantastic opportunity to be part of one of the most successful fund-raising events across the UK.
Private equity fund-raising appeared to be on a steady flight back to the land of recovery during the first half of 2011," said Laura Kreutzer, managing editor of Dow Jones Private Equity Analyst.
She studied events management at the University of Plymouth and previously worked for Cancer Research UK as well as organising other fund-raising events whilst at University.
This is a fund-raising event to help pay the vet's bills.
What is the current state of the fund-raising business as it pertains to high school sports programs?
Other HRC staffers dismiss criticism as jealousy from those who can't re-create the elixir that makes the group a massive fund-raising success.
The fund-raising campaign will formally begin in July and is expected to run five years.
Online giving is becoming a key fund-raising tool for an increasing number of not-for-profits using Web sites for fund-raising.
The so-called `war against Christianity' is a total fabrication for fund-raising purposes.
Giftco, a fund-raising catalog company, markets products to schools and non-profit groups to sell during fund-raising drives.
and Paul Dowd of Saint Anselm College describe a complex fund-raising structure supported by three vice-presidents and an unusual approach to institutional governance ("This approach, which vests governance in the religious community that sponsors the college, not in the board of trustees, survives at a few colleges" [p.
Those whose institutions come more recently to the game of fund-raising may feel as though we are poorly off by comparison.

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