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However, not all similar challenges that go viral have a charitable aspect.

The vast majority of charitable donors bring only good intent to their giving and board service.

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Their lack of access to venture capital is well documented, but it turns out the charitable organizations and foundations that are supposed to lift up those who need it most are also operating with blinders on.

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Corporations invested in charitable organizations as partners in new, creative ways.

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The complaint details a multimillion-dollar charitable tax scheme where the synagogue would take in large amounts of money from donors, but secretly return a majority of it.

In the meantime, Epstein has tried to use his charitable projects to float him back to the top.

Under the most charitable interpretation, his administration was simply mistaken.

By the way, killjoys, American charitable giving goes up by 42 percent during this season of crass materialistic greed and excess.

Actors, musicians, and athletes have a long tradition of supporting charitable causes.

Since then, Gurira has become active in social justice and charitable causes.

Generally persons who associate for charitable or benevolent purposes do not regard themselves in a legal sense as partners.

Masonic lodges on the other hand, are generally regarded as charitable institutions.

Never by word or action notice the defects of another; be charitable, for all need charity.

He was charitable to the poor, gave large donations to religious societies, and rewarded those who wrote in his praise.

Trevithick's grave was among those of the poor buried by the charitable; no stone or mark distinguished it from its neighbours.


On this page you'll find 128 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to charitable, such as: accommodating, altruistic, benign, humanitarian, philanthropic, and all heart.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.