(fundraise) fund-raise: raise money for a cause or project; "We are fundraising for AIDS research"
(fundraiser) someone who solicits financial contributions
(fundraiser) a social function that is held for the purpose of raising money
Fundraising or fund raising (also development) is the process of soliciting and gathering contributions as money or other resources, by requesting donations from individuals, businesses, charitable foundations, or governmental agencies (see also crowd funding). ...
(The Fundraiser) The following is a list of episodes for the Adult Swim animated television series The Boondocks. Created as a derivative of the comic strip from which it originated, the series premiered on November 6, 2005 after receiving generally positive reviews from national critics. ...
(Fundraiser) An activity or event intended to generate money to support a nonprofit organization. The OAC does not fund fundraisers.
(Fundraiser) means a person, company, partnership or organisation which solicits donations from the public using a means of distance communication.
(FUND-RAISERS) Opportunities provided throughout the year for the adult staff to yell at band members while making a few extra bucks on the side. Results of these are used to double standard teacher's salary.
(Fund-raisers) Events that are used to raise funds toward a set group or charity, and every dollar that is spent on the event is thereby one less dollar that could go toward the cause.
(Fundraisers) The big fund raiser for the band is the fall Rock-A-Thon, held in August. There will be smaller fundraisers during the year.
(fundraisers) gatherings held to ask for donations in the form of money
The organized activity or an instance of soliciting money or pledges, as for charitable organizations or political campaigns.
Funds to buy dictionaries are raised through donations from individuals and local businesses and bolstered by the sale of special Dictionary Project Christmas cards, designed by students who received dictionaries during the previous year (right). ...
The process in which venture capital firms raise money to create an investment fund . These funds are raised from private, corporate or institutional investors, who make commitments to the fund which will be invested by the general partner .
An organised activity or process designed to secure additional funds.
Helping businesses to raise new debt and equity finance from a variety of sources, including help with developing business plans and projections and negotiating the terms of the deal.
The organized activity of raising funds. Fundraising expenses are expected to be paid from the proceeds of the particular event. These expenses include film rental, facility rental, advertising, printing and copying, and any other expenses related to fundraising.
An activity of a covered entity intended to raise funds to benefit the covered entity or an institutionally related foundation that has as its mission to benefit the covered entity.
Techniques used in a public appeal for contributions to fund the program and activities of the organization. Fund-raising, which often relates to short-term needs, is only part of a fund development plan. In Girl Scouting, Fund-raising is the responsibility of adults. See Troop/group money-earning.
Activities that aim to raise funds for the school which are not based on advertising or sponsorship. Includes food drives and the like.
trying to get money or ressources for your projects from companies, foundations or private people.
is the activities to raise money to support the individual student band account and/or General band account. These projects include (but are not limited to) Case of Coke Sales, Cookie Dough Sales, NISD Concessions, Spaghetti Dinner, Pampered Chef Sales, TMEA Convention, etc.
raising money for an organization or cause.
Collecting money for the club or some charity, either by begging, selling a product, or performing services (such as washing cars).
The process by which a company generates revenue to develop the business. Frequently achieved through a share issue.