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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfundraiserfund‧rais‧er /ˈfʌudˌreɪzə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  1 someone who collects money for a charity, political party etc, for example by arranging social events that people pay to attend2 an event that is organized to collect money for a charity, political party etc
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fundraiserNeither Wilson nor Philip Morris mentioned the 1990 fundraiser in their campaign finance reports.As well as teaching, Pauline has been a very active fundraiser at local and national levels.Some leaders of these organizations have held Buchanan fundraisers, collected petitions for Buchanan and spoken at state Reform Party meetings.Second, most face-to-face fundraisers are young people themselves.Colleagues rally round to help Ann KIND-HEARTED fundraisers pulled out all the stops to donate more than £1,500 to a very ill colleague.The mistress, political fundraiser Linda Jones, was granted a pardon, too.
From Longman Business Dictionaryfundraiserfund‧rais‧er /ˈfʌndˌreɪzə-ər/ noun [countable]FINANCE a person or event that collects money for a political party, CHARITY etcHe worked in the past as a fundraiser for the Institute of Contemporary Arts.The First Lady is scheduled to attend three fundraisers this week.
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