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fighting fund

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Definition of fighting fund in English:

noun

British
Money raised to finance a campaign, especially one supporting a political or social cause: the action group launched a fighting fund to pay legal costs if defeated
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  • Campaigners against an incinerator in East Hull have started a fighting fund to raise money for a barrister to fight their corner at a public inquiry.
  • Unions at the school have raised a fighting fund to support a colleague who claims she was dismissed for complaining about stress to her bosses.
  • Obviously when we sort the money from the fighting fund out, as much as possible will go to Mrs Griffith and Mrs Waller.

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