pay towards

See: subsidize
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THERE have been rumours that from the year 2020 pensioners who currently use public transport for free will have to pay towards the cost of their travel pass.
Working parents could be entitled to Tax-Free Childcare worth up to PS2,000 per child per year to pay towards regulated holiday clubs during the school holidays.
Southampton are willing to pay towards Forster's PS65,000-a-week wages.
The ill-gotten gain in the amount of 1,500.00 KM (fifteen hundred convertible marks) shall be confiscated from the accused, which he shall pay towards the Budget of BiH within 6 months of the date when the judgment becomes final.
In this regard, the KTP Chairman announced contributing two days' officers pay and one day employees pay towards the project of construction of water reservoirs/dams to fight impending water scarcity.
In this regard, the Chairman KPT announced contributing two days' officers' salary and one day employees pay towards the project of construction of water reservoirs, dams to fight impending water scarcity for the country.
In this regard, the KPT Chairman announced contributing two days' officers pay and one day employees pay towards the project of construction of water reservoirs/dams to fight impending water scarcity.
Three Crewe teenagers who racially abused a taxi driver have been handed youth referral orders and instructed to pay towards the court costs.
In a previous letter, I stated the fact that I would be willing to pay towards the free bus pass, the free prescriptions and an increase in the council tax if the SNP Government were brave enough to introduce the same, as long as the money raised was spent on health and education and not squandered willy-nilly.
Both councils pay towards the running costs of the centre, yet residents in Stockton have to pay to dispose of household rubble, whilst those in Middlesbrough get it free."
I want to reassure Joe Fordham and everyone else that the Combined Authority does not mean that we have to pay towards Birmingham parks.
WHILE watching Andrew RT Davies on BBC's Ask The Leader debate, he told his audience that if he is in charge of the Assembly after the elections, he would use the student grant money to pay towards their rents instead.