What Is Fundraising?

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Fundraising can be termed as the raising of funds or money for a certain cause. It can take many forms, from sales and directly asking for money to organizing events for which people will make contributions. Fundraising can be done by an individual or organization, and usually relies on the good will of others to contribute what they can.
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fund-rais·ing
[fuhnd-rey-zing]
NOUN
1.
the act or process of raising funds, as for nonprofit organizations or for a political cause.
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Fundraising is a process of soliciting and gathering contributions like money or other resources, by requesting for donations and pledges. People conduct fundraising to fund for charity, trust, school, club and good cause. Today, there are many organizations which facilitate fundraising for the purpose of development and investments.
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