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a trust created for charitable or religious or educational or scientific purposes


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BEIRUT: A local charity group in Sidon Sunday started distributing food aid to people displaced from their homes by the Abra security incidents.
So far we've managed to raise PS1,500 which will be donated to the charity Group B Strep Support.
A CHARITY group for children affected by homicide raised more than PS300 with a charity bike ride.
com)-- The author of the hit novel Justin Time will be sending an autographed copy to the highest bidder of an Ebay auction, benefiting The Blair Charity Group of Tucson.
A Birmingham accountancy firm which supports more than 100 notfor-profit organisations across the region has expanded its Midlands charity group.
Mike Quick and Bernard Savage who are both friends of SSFR'S treasurer, Des O'Neill, organised the event and decided that the proceeds from sponsorship should go to the charity group.
What if the Justice and Charity group in Morocco was to turn into a political party?
A TALK about podiatry services for people with diabetes is being held at a charity group meeting in Old Colwyn.
The recent auction of deeds to tiny plots of eastern Illinois land once owned by Abraham Lincoln raised $100,000 for a charity group, and the owner has plans for more.
The company is donating around KRW100m from new A6 sales to Good Neighbors, an international charity group.
The group has joined 'A Helping Hand,' a charity group from The American School of Dubai, to host a fund raising 'Dinner on the Greens' event on May 30 at The Montgomerie, Dubai.
The areas have been plundered, leaving the people in desperate need of aid,'' the charity group said.
The founder of New York-based The Charity Group, is looking for nonprofits to participate in America's Greatest Challenge: The Dream Team, a reality show that combines parts of other reality shows, like Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, Iron Chef and Top Chef.
The university-based charity group Marrow and The Anthony Nolan Trust are hosting a battle of the bands at Glasgow's King Tut's on January 29 to help get students on the Bone Marrow Register.
The mock-up of the Victory was built by the Torrington Cavaliers charity group in north Devon, and will be torched on August 27 in front of thousands of people.