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Benefactor

A person or organization that provides financial or other support to an individual or company. An uncle who pays for his niece's college education is a benefactor, as is a company that donates some of its profits to a school. See also: Philanthropist.
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But there is no one to say a single word to them because they are their benefactors and resourceful as Abdul Rasheed himself is the vice president and his relative Haji Akhtar is the president of a local dairy forms committee and Rasham Khan's close associate Syed Raheem Shah is the chairman of the union council," he opined.
The Major Benefactor Citation is awarded by United for Libraries to recognize individuals, families, or corporations that have made major gifts to libraries.
Andy and David devised an action plan that was successful in convincing the benefactor that the foundation was the right avenue for distributing the funds to good causes around Teesside.
Ten of his benefactors are from the United States and one, who donated 5,000 shekels, is from Israel.
Ed and Rhonda Mark were honored as benefactors of the year for their support of Wiregrass Georgia Technical College and the WGTC Foundation South.
As the existing arrangements are failing to achieve the objectives intended by the benefactors and there are significant costs and potential risks to the council, an alternative approach is needed.
Petraeus will address the benefactors of the 2013 NACDS Foundation Dinner later this year," said NACDS Foundation president Kathleen Jaeger.
Fundraising efforts at the UA resulted in a record-setting 86,976 outright gifts and new pledges from 47,332 benefactors during the fiscal year.
In exchange for cash donations starting from as little as a dollar to more than 1000 dollars, benefactors are offered photos, videos and messages from female users.
The hope is that this new scheme will give confidence to other benefactors.
If these benefactors and artists had listened to critics or feared controversy, what a loss to the world it would have been.
Wimbish, for whom the wing is named; Mata Jaffe, the late wife of benefactor Arthur Jaffe; numerous benefactors of the Levine-Weinberger Jewish Life Center and the Hillel of Broward-Palm Beach; and the FAU Student Government Association.