charitable effort

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They renewed their charitable efforts, and he beat them off.
I have been very humbled to be involved in such a fantastic charitable effort, to the point where I personally sponsored one of the boys at the school we renovated in Kenya, and I was thrilled to hear he passed his exams to reach secondary school last week.
This charitable effort was followed on by her own daughter, Deidre and eventually by her granddaughter Natalie May who is as young as 22 years old.
Scholarships are just one part of a larger charitable effort by the Credit Union.
In Abita's last charitable effort, following Hurricane Katrina, the company launched Restoration Pale Ale and a related line of merchandise and raised over $500,000.
Mr Anderson is also supporting a charitable effort to climb, walk and abseil the equivalent height of Mount Everest in support of Help for Heroes.
A consortium of coffee processors, exporters, importers, retailers and others have come together in a major charitable effort to assist the children and families of coffee pickers in Honduras and Nicaragua.
It put a whole new meaning to a charitable effort, and will change my life's perspective forever.
While, for example, Margaret Simey's Charitable Effort in the Nineteenth Century (Liverpool, 1951), is one of the few published studies which provides a substantial examination of voluntary charity in an English city, its primary focus is on charities as vehicles for social care.
EAST BROOKFIELD -- Members of the Quaboag and Quacumquasit Lake Association have told selectmen they are willing to donate to a local charitable effort.
Bush has now pledged $350 million in aid to the tsunami survivors, and appointed his father and former President Bill Clinton to lead the nation's charitable effort.
The first joint charitable effort has resulted in a line of T-shirts sporting the tagline "Nothing Without Effort.

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