Definition of 'non-profit'
Example sentences containing 'non-profit'
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This is a non-profit organisation for the benefit of British horse racing. Times, Sunday Times (2017)It is a view that is being increasingly recognised by a host of non-profit organisations. Basic Marketing. Principles and Practice (1986)Credit unions are non-profit organisations set up to offer savings products and loans to their members. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Soon he had added public lectures to classes and faced the usual balance sheet challenges of a poorly funded non-profit organization without endowment. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)As judges and politicians are deemed to be non-profit making, they are not subject to this tax. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Translations for 'non-profit'
British English: non-profit ADJECTIVE
A non-profit organization is one which is not run with the aim of making a profit.
Most of that money goes to non-profit organizations that run programs for the poor.
Definition of non-profit from the Collins English Dictionary
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