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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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Iqbal said BARMM is thankful to foreign benefactors supporting its activities meant to hasten the southern peace process covering areas made impoverished by decades of strife.
Brigadier Ali Muhammad Al Shamali, the Director of the General Department of Punitive and Correctional Institutions, said that the administration received from a benefactor Dh1.08 million, which helped release four inmates, and the institution received from a second benefactor Dh916,613, which helped release 17 prisoners.
Hence, we examined the role of personal responsibility, which has been shown to moderate the relationship between perceived helpfulness and gratitude; specifically, the more helpful that beneficiaries think benefactors are, the more grateful they are when they feel responsible for an achievement accomplished with others' help (Chow & Lowery, 2010).
"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.
Now it has been con-firmed that benefactors, who are linked to Stockton company the px group, have agreed a PS700,000 grant to the charity.
We would like to thank to Turkish benefactors who granted donations to set these bridges.
Despite criticism that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has harmed Israeli relations with the US, the Likud leader received more than half a million shekels in donations for the faction's primary from American benefactors.
Atlanta, GA, November 08, 2014 --(PR.com)-- The Technical College Foundation Association of Georgia (TCFA) recently announced the recipients of the TCFA's 2014 volunteers and benefactors of the year awards.
Many of the trusts were set up by benefactors, mainly from the 20th century, but some from earlier.
Marking its 15th anniversary this year, the dinner and contributions from the foundation's benefactors help to advance evidence-based research and related medication management and educational initiatives that benefit patients, improve outcomes and advance public health.
"Our benefactors continue to be supportive and encouraging, and the numbers show that.
Melbourne, July 28( ANI ): Women, who are keen to improve their physical presence, are resorting to cash handouts from male benefactors through a crowdfunding website.