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fundraiser

Pronunciation: /ˈfʌndˌreɪzər; ˈfʌndˌreɪzə(r)/

Translation of fundraiser in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • 1.1 (person) recaudador, (masculine, feminine) de fondos
    Example sentences
    • The site says that the party is seeking voluntary fund-raisers, policy workers and strategy tsars, all of which will become ‘senior leadership roles’ in the party.
    • Commercial fund-raisers used by any charity must be registered with the attorney general.
    • Charities and fund-raisers have reported a huge outpouring of support as members of the public rally to help those caught up in the devastating Asian earthquake.
    1.2 (event)[ función, comida etc para recaudar fondos ]
    Example sentences
    • Patricia will be at the Town House Gallery, Market Street, Lancaster on Saturday from 1pm to 4pm to launch the charity fund-raiser.
    • Now, using money from a charity fund-raiser, they plan to buy a special crash mat for her to play on, along with steps to help her get into bed.
    • A young Stow couple have found a novel way to turn a Christmas clear-out into a charity fund-raiser.

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