Meaning of fundraise in English:


Pronunciation /ˈfʌndreɪz/

Translate fundraise into Spanish


[no object]
  • Seek financial support for a charity, cause, or other enterprise.

    ‘we support a lot of charities that fundraise for cancer care and research’
    • ‘At municipal, provincial, and national levels, they fundraise, organize and, yes, cheer for Canada's future classical musicians.’
    • ‘This talented group of young drummers are a credit to Peter and the dedicated group of people who fundraise endlessly to make this happen.’
    • ‘It is a difficult task to fundraise all the time but we have been greatly supported by the local community.’
    • ‘She'd planned to fundraise to help get him the hearing implants he needed.’
    • ‘The organisation has continued to fundraise aggressively.’
    • ‘We have to fundraise 92 per cent of our income.’
    • ‘He thanked all the club's sponsors and all who fundraised during the year.’
    • ‘Kitty also co-founded the local hospice for which she fundraised regularly.’
    • ‘He tirelessly promotes and fundraises for the club and, despite a spell of serious illness, remained involved and totally dedicated.’
    • ‘The company says it fundraises for more than 500 charity groups.’