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fund·rais·ing

 (fŭnd′rā′zĭng)
n.
The organized activity or an instance of soliciting money or pledges, as for charitable organizations or political campaigns.

fund′raise′ v.
Translations
Fundraising

fundraising

fund-raising [ˈfʌndreɪzɪŋ]
ncollecte f de fonds
adj [dinner, event] → organisé pour collecter des fonds
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But when it comes to fundraising methods and practices we know it isnt simply the ends justify the means.
Fundraising is an ever-increasing priority for the leadership within institutions of higher education.
It was based on innuendo and the opinions of so-called experts who clearly do not understand the practice of direct marketing, fundraising or donor development.
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If you are enthusiastic about a cause and have good communication skills, a career in charity fundraising may appeal.
Both a cathartic source to kindle zest for fundraising work in the reader, and a practical advice guide for rationally and emotionally connecting with potential donors, The Joy of Fundraising divides itself into three main sections respectively devoted on shifting one's thinking, focus, and actions toward cultivating a more positive and successful fundraising environment.
Growing numbers of districts are therefore turning to the Interact for fundraising solutions.
You have to develop the grassroots relationships with the schools and with the teams or whatever group you are looking to fund-raise with," said Pete Bryden, associate director for the ESPN Magazine Fundraising Program.
Such sources of revenue include income from the people who consume and pay for the services of a particular organisation, membership fees from those who may choose to join a particular organisation, fundraising, government contracts and grants, interest or rents received from investments and other business activities.
A fundraising expert has recommended significant changes to the way the Anglican Church of Canada seeks donations, saying that it has a "strong prospect pool" that has largely been untapped because of reliance on old fundraising methods that don't work in an increasingly competitive and complex word of philanthropy.