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charitable trust

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(Social Welfare) a trust set up for the benefit of a charity that complies with the regulations of the Charity Commissioners to enable it to be exempt from paying income tax
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Noun1.charitable trust - a trust created for charitable or religious or educational or scientific purposes
trust - something (as property) held by one party (the trustee) for the benefit of another (the beneficiary); "he is the beneficiary of a generous trust set up by his father"
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Charitable trusts are established for the purpose of advancing the interests of indigenous communities.
All of the services available at Myton are provided free of charge and therefore rely heavily on the generosity of charitable trusts to help raise these funds.
Raymond James (RJF) is asking its advisors to refund some fees associated with mutual fund sales to clients with qualified plans and charitable trusts, the company confirmed Wednesday.
This provision makes it mandatory for charitable trusts to invest in certain specified assets, including immovable properties.
ISLAMABAD -- Small and large scale religious organizations as well charitable trusts in the twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad have accelerated their efforts to collect hides of sacrificial animal.
93 from donations from the general public, local businesses, charitable trusts, plus their own fundraising activities, to purchase a new minibus.
The trust has taken steps under established rules to lease lands which hundreds of charitable trusts are doing," said Singhvi.
You may also wish to mention hospitals, medical staff, nursing homes, religious leaders, charitable trusts and funeral directors.
Financial Objects plc, a supplier of software solutions to the financial services sector, announced on Monday (7 April) that the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF), a not-for-profit organisation, will implement activebank Wealth Manager to support its investment activities for charitable trusts.
The New Hampshire director of charitable trusts frequently files in support of such petitions, which are often granted in a matter of a couple of weeks without a hearing.
Family and charitable trusts specialist Christopher Gupwell (left) has retired as a partner with chartered accountants Clement Keys.