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or fund′rais`ing,

the act or process of raising funds by soliciting contributions or pledges.
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[ˈfʌndˌreɪzɪŋ] Nrecaudación f de fondos
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1. nraccolta di fondi
2. adj (event) → per la raccolta di fondi
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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Everyone who has a connection to, belief in, or passion for your organization can be an ant in your asking army--don't limit the vision of your fund-raising and support efforts to just paid, professional staff, CEOs, or board members.
Kyleigh said: So far we have raised PS4,000 and continue to host various fund-raising activities to ensure we meet our target.
"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.
Although there were substantial differences in dependence on private money relative to government money by charitable specialization, the average charity in the sample collected $787,000 in donations, $905,000 in government grants, and spent $91,000 on fund-raising.
"It costs pounds 6 million a year to support the children and families who use their life changing facilities and the charity relies on fund-raising for over 70 per cent of its income, so local donations are vital.
For more information or to order a fund-raising pack, register online at call 0870 600 2323 or email LISA KNIGHT, Regional Fund-raising Manager - North of England, The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association
du Hands-over Proceeds from Fund-raising Campaigns in Aid of Gaza Victims to UAE Red Crescent
What is the current state of the fund-raising business as it pertains to high school sports programs?
The Referees' Society field a side several times each season and have agreed to take the field at Trinity Guild as their contribution to the fund-raising. They will take on a team of 'golden oldies', aged 35 or over, put together by Wormell from Warwickshire clubs and beyond.
Ed Ray, president of Oregon State University, is well aware that just as his institution is launching the public phase of its first comprehensive fund-raising campaign, the University of Oregon is already wrapping up a drive that has far surpassed its goal by gathering $717 million in contributions.
Mary Jane Sawyer has joined the staff of the YMCA of Metropolitan Little Rock in North Little Rock as director of development, where she will help lead the fund-raising, pubic relations and marketing efforts of the association.
SAVE the Children's national fund-raising week is taking place between April 29 and May 5 and we're looking for people to raise vital funds for vulnerable children in the UK and around the world.

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