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  • v. raise money for a cause or project


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  • I'll continue to consult and fund-raise with the Club -- but I want to broaden my scope and take on some challenges that, although essential to saving the planet, are not what some might narrowly define as purely environmental.

    Carl Pope: New Horizons and Broader Visions

  • A very simple way to fund-raise with little effort is to start a Food or Clothes drive.

    2morrowknight: Love, Charity, and Basketball

  • "You always look for milestones to fund-raise around, and certainly the demise of bin Laden is cause for creating a milestone," Ms. Ferer said.

    Story Shifts for 9/11 Museum

  • I'm curious as to whether you've seen any outstanding, positive, creative examples of 'new' ways to fund-raise.

    Tom Murphy: What International NGOs Do Marketing Right?

  • "The assumptions that drove people to form their 501c3s—including the hope of income from foundations and a board that is going to miraculously fund-raise and professionalize the operation—are changing."

    Stepping Toward a More Modern Future

  • But nonprofit clients often see a big return on the investment, because the technology makes it so easy to fund-raise.

    Cashathon: The Rise of Charity Races

  • They have moved byeond Jesus and all ecclesiastical structures, except that they still fund-raise as Catholic sisters, and when the press interviews them on controversial issues, they still pretend their heresy is Catholic teaching.

    Transparency, Creativity, and Heresy

  • It's that inspiration to get up and be active that reminds Mr. Swiss of his own years as a "heavy" kid and motivates him to fund-raise for the children whom Team for Kids supports.

    Running for Fun and Fund Raising

  • We will find a full solution, be it roll-over, be it a month or two, he added.

    Subex Looking to Raise Funds to Pay Off Part of Bonds

  • Obama to fund-raise is a desperate act, because it will galvanize the Boxer opposition early on, and cause a LOT of money to flow to the Fiorina campaign.

    Obama to give Boxer a boost


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