willing help

See: aid, charity, help
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I am beginning to feel the want of his honest advice and his willing help already.
I regard it as a tremendous honour but it would not have happened had I not received so much willing help from enthusiastic members of the IoD who have always been willing to put something back into their communities.
Trocme himself remained steadfast under arrest and interrogation, but nothing could have been done without the willing help offered by those who came to teach in the remarkable school set up for the Jewish children, "hidden" among the children of the villages, right under the noses of the occupying military.
But there are hundreds of Oxbridge men who would be willing help promote our wonderful game.
are willing help us out with this problem," Rice said.
Sponsorship packages are available with exposure for those willing help Dusty fight this debilitating disease through The Road to Hope 2014 project.
He praised James for being a "very willing volunteer" who is always willing help and support people within the station.
Kate will have plenty of willing help to look after her firstborn, but William promises to be the jewel in the crown.
Summary: Paris: France is willing help Libya secure its borders from militant Islamist groups fleeing Mali, .
The QWRS team regularly visits the Al Shaheen oil field in the summer months when the fish aggregate, and this would not be possible without the willing help of the Qatari Coast Guard.
He said that Chinese government and private sector in China are also willing help develop Lumbini since it is the holy place of all Buddhists living across the world.
But Jayawardene found some willing help lower down the order as Nuwan Kulasekara (32) and Perera (22) unloaded on the Indian attack in the batting powerplay.