Thesaurus / charity


Relief for individuals was provided through states, localities and private charities, typically in the form of food or goods rather than cash.
Royal patronages help charities to raise their profile — and often to raise funds.
The social network also erroneously blocked dozens of government and charity websites as well, including public health sites containing critical information about the pandemic during the first week of its coronavirus vaccine rollout.
Ally contributes $5,000 to each of the four finalists for their favorite charities and $10,000 to the winner to give to charity.
Ahead of the Big Game this Sunday, marketers’ plans for their ads are starting to come into focus as humor, celebrities and charity initiatives appear to be the most common themes.
When we look back to the end of last year, there were so many charities, so many news outlets, so many people on social media that were trying to drive donations and drive awareness, particularly for rural Australia.
When the government believes charities or others have solved a problem, it sees an opportunity to save money rather than fund the solution.
Brown, on the other hand, is shooting 77 percent from the line this season and is a career 69 percent shooter from the charity stripe.
Some people who received a payment in January have posted on social media that they did not need the money and are donating it to charity.
That meant being as environmentally friendly as possible in their farming, socially responsible in their charity, and doing right by their employees.


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