Meaning of fundraising in English:

fundraising

Pronunciation /ˈfʌndˌreɪzɪŋ/

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noun

mass noun
  • The seeking of financial support for a charity, cause, or other enterprise.

    ‘a new development director in charge of fundraising’
    • ‘Many dealers are tying sales efforts to fundraising.’
    • ‘Their initiative was followed, once again, by a spell of energetic fundraising.’
    • ‘Nothing is more important to successful fundraising than building long-term relationships.’
    • ‘Their personnel knew about budgeting, fundraising, production, licensing laws.’
    • ‘She sent him some footage to critique, thinking it might be useful for fundraising.’
    • ‘With the museum budget already allocated, this project could be realized only through hardcore fundraising.’
    • ‘His campaign has a significant lead in fundraising, having harnessed the power of the Internet to glean around $40 million in donations.’
    • ‘He is running into financial difficulties, despite having led the field in fundraising.’
    • ‘The fundraising was an enormous drain on management time, and the company had to turn business away while it sorted out its financing.’
    • ‘One of the criteria used to rate charities is the percentage of income spent on administration and fundraising.’

adjective

attributive
  • Seeking to generate financial support for a charity, cause, or other enterprise.

    ‘a fundraising campaign’
    • ‘a charity fundraising event’