Definition of Fund-raising drive
1. Noun. A campaign to raise money for some cause.
Generic synonyms: Campaign, Cause, Crusade, Drive, Effort, Movement
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Literary usage of Fund-raising drive
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Sirdar: Sir Reginald Wingate and the British Empire in the Middle East by M. W. Daly (1997)
"He had launched the fund-raising drive that created the Gordon Memorial College, and had involved himself in rebuilding Khartoum. Administration bored him. ..."
2. The Rittenhouse Mill and the Beginnings of Papermaking in America by James Green (1990)
"The Friends have embarked on a multi- million dollar long-range fund-raising drive to preserve the whole village and to make it into a living museum of ..."
3. East of Cleveland by Richard Cartwright Austin (2004)
"Ner began a fund-raising drive among the affluent members of these churches in order to expand the facilities of key churches so they might host community ..."
4. The Geometric Theory of Ordinary Differential Equations and Algebraic Functions by Georges Valiron (1984)
"... his family has become even poorer; his eldest daughter managed to attend the first year of secondary school in 1992 via a harambee fund-raising drive. ..."
5. Evaluating New-generation Cooperatives As an Organizational Structure for by Donald L. Van Dyne (1999)
"This assured supply is obtained during the fund-raising drive. The maximum number of delivery rights is determined by the size of the plant needed to be ..."
6. Household Livelihoods in Semi-arid Regions: Options and Constraints by Bruce Morgan Campbell (2002)
"... with access to large fields, hired a local church group, which was on a fund-raising drive. There was only sufficient data to conduct statistical tests ..."