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Charity_Vocabulary

TermDefinition
sponsor to assume responsibility for someone else; to promise to pay for someone's expenses
contribute (v.) to give money, effort, or items for a cause; to hand in for publication
charitable generous giving
disability a physical or mental condition that limits a person's movements, senses, or activities.
Fundraiser a person or event whose purpose is to collect money for charity
generosity act of giving to others, willingness to contribute
privilege A special favor, right, or advantage given to a person or group.
Association a group of people who have gathered based on similar goals or beliefs
Orphan a child whose parents are dead
homeless lacking a home or permanent place of residence
donor A person who gives or contributes
trustworthy reliable
donate To give to those in need, often through an organization
Ban to forbid
rescue to save from danger
town council The law making body (legislative branch) of a Town
philanthropy Charitable donation to public causes
impairment any loss or abnormality of psychological, physiological, or anatomical structure or function
raise money to collect money that you can use to do a particular job or help people
sentimental value (n) importance that an object has because it makes you remember someone or something and not because it is worth a lot of money
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