Definition of 'fundraiser'

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Example sentences containing 'fundraiser'

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Getting involved with a charity fundraiser that features both sport and comedy can bring a special new love into your life. The Sun (2016)The widowed mum of four was a church warden and a keen charity fundraiser. The Sun (2010)He is also a keen fundraiser for charity. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Or it might be the charity fundraiser who has devoted their free time to raising money. The Sun (2016)Independent cinemas have sometimes hosted charity fundraisers for free. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He will also hold as many fundraisers as possible. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Getting involved in a charity fundraiser draw partners closer or it may be the way you find love. The Sun (2013)Next week we're having a big fundraiser to auction them off. Times, Sunday Times (2010)What A return to form for the annual fundraiser. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I'm all for charity fundraisers being honoured. The Sun (2012)What does the charity fundraiser Text Santa mean to you? The Sun (2014)The biggest fundraisers were US firms. Times, Sunday Times (2006)There's another one tonight, this time at a charity fundraiser in broad daylight with dozens of people present. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Her condition makes it difficult to work but she is a keen fundraiser for the MS Society. The Sun (2012)A website that collected donations from thousands of charity fundraisers has collapsed owing 1.7 million to almost 2,000 good causes. Times, Sunday Times (2014)

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Translations for 'fundraiser'

British English: fundraiser NOUN
A fundraiser is an event which is intended to raise money for a particular purpose, for example, for a charity.
Organize a fundraiser for your community.
  • American English: fundraiser
  • Brazilian Portuguese: arrecadador
  • Chinese: 募集资金的活动
  • European Spanish: evento para recaudar fondos
  • French: manifestation de collecte de fonds
  • German: Spendenaktion
  • Italian: manifestazione per raccogliere fondi
  • Japanese: 資金調達のための催し
  • Korean: 기금 모금 행사
  • European Portuguese: arrecadador
  • Latin American Spanish: evento para recaudar fondos


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