from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- intransitive v. To engage in fundraising.
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- v. To raise funds for a specified cause or purpose
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. raise money for a cause or project
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The fundraise was the latest tranche of a $13.5 million round of venture money.
Would the charity be able to "fundraise" from its donors 15% of the value of the new contract, wondered the commissioner?
"Senator Ensign plans to aggressively fundraise starting in the first quarter of next year," spokeswoman Jennifer Cooper said.
Biden returns to fundraise -- this time for Kratovil
Already representatives of 30 charities have signed up to attend the event -- NOT to explicitly fundraise or ask for donations, but to simply mix and mingle with federal workers who plan to attend.
My state cut funding for the after school program recently and I voluteered to fundraise.
He is also in the state to fundraise for congressional candidates, but he is not there to endorse the Democratic candidate for governor, Frank Caprio.
Chadez is a nice enough person, but she can't fundraise the way Andy can.
He doesn't need to fundraise a a cent to get Sen. Murray a bit worried (at least, a lot more than if she were facing Clint Didier or somebody of that caliber), and they may be hoping he'll just draw resources away from more vulnerable Democratic seats, in exchange for heavy backing during a third run for the governor's mansion.
The result has been a real digital connection between the "firsts" who fundraise and our sponsored girls around the globe, who will be "firsts" upon graduation.