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  • noun

Synonyms for charity

Synonyms for charity

Synonyms for charity

a foundation created to promote the public good (not for assistance to any particular individuals)

a kindly and lenient attitude toward people

an activity or gift that benefits the public at large

pinnate-leaved European perennial having bright blue or white flowers

an institution set up to provide help to the needy

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These members of the Lancashire and Cheshire gentry generally had little to do with Manchester's civic affairs, though they did retain an influence on the city's charities.
NORTH-EAST charities and social enterprises are being urged to seize a high-profile opportunity to trumpet their successes.
We are proud to utilize this high-profile platform to bring awareness to these deserving charities.
A host of the region's notable charities, social enterprises and sector figures are in the running for the inaugural programme, organised by The Gazette and The Journal, with associate sponsors Brewin Dolphin and support sponsors Leathers LLP.
The Commission used its powers under the Charities Act to appoint Mr Rod Weston of Mazars as Interim Manager of the charity to the exclusion of the charity s trustees as a temporary and protective measure.
While charities increasingly need to borrow money in pursuit of their mission, they are often unsuccessful in obtaining affordable finance from high street banks, according to a new survey from Charity Bank.
All charities registered in England and Wales can be checked on the Charity Commission's online register at www.
CHARITY shops could close and charities lose valuable income if they are forced to pay more in business rates, the body representing the sector will tell Carwyn Jones in a letter today.
Canadians are a generous lot and, according to Statistics Canada, most of us donate to charities, volunteer our time, or help others directly at least once per year.
As savings rates collapse and share prices go sideways, even the wealthy are feeling the squeeze and cutting back on donations to charities and good causes.
July 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Suburban Collection has launched the Great Charity Giveaway, an initiative to give away $25,000 in donations to local charities, and let customers and friends choose which charities get the money.
HUNDREDS of Birmingham charities are at risk of losing public support by failing to publicise their financial circumstances in time, the charity regulator has warned.
Hilary Blume believes charities sell themselves short by letting card publishers use their names for a tiny donation.
2055(a) allows a deduction from the gross estate for transfers to qualified charities.
The Charities Bill, the most significant charities legislation since the reign of Elizabeth 1, has worked its way through the UK House of Commons and is now set for final debate and approval in the House of Lords.