Crossword clues for nonprofit
The Collaborative International Dictionary
a. Not seeking to produce a profit (gloss: a financial gain). n. An organization that exists for reasons other than to make a profit, such as a charitable, educational or service organization.
adj. not commercially motivated [syn: non-profit-making]
Usage examples of "nonprofit".
Mel Cooper had just spoken with, William Ashberry, the director of the foundation and a senior executive at Sanford Bank and Trust, which owned the nonprofit organization.
The president rose at noon, breakfasted with cabinet members, lashed out at his critics, shook hands with a Negro, had a steambath, and lunched with Nguyen Cao Dung, the former head of an undisclosed country ostensibly run by the CIA as a nonprofit organization.
They gave space to a nonprofit called Do Something to solicit volunteer pledges from teens, and they gathered teen e-mail addresses in an enter-to-win promotion.
Instead of giving out contracts for jet bombers and nuclear submarines, contracts could be offered to nonprofit corporations to hire people to build homes, construct public transport systems, clean up the rivers and lakes, turn our cities into decent places to live.
In case you’re not aware, Breur Chemicals owns the Weinburger Institute even though it’s run as a nonprofit organization.
In 1996, Cussler branched out into nonfiction, co-writing with Craig Dirgo The Sea Hunters, a volume about the exploits of his nonprofit foundation National Underwater and Marine Agency.
In 1996, Cussler branched out into nonfiction, co-writing with Craig DirgoThe Sea Hunters , a volume about the exploits of his nonprofit foundation National Underwater and Marine Agency.
By nine he was in his home office where he served as the founder and executive director of an obscure little nonprofit group known as the Temple Mount Battalion.
The surprising legislation allows a nonelected official and an international nonprofit organization unrestricted ownership of all forms of media and opens the door to the United Nations, soon to be known as Global Community, to purchase and control newspapers, magazines, radio, television, cable, and satellite communications outlets.
She consults all over the place, to all sorts of nonprofits, and I’m putting together a little dinner party .
Trusts, nonprofits, foundations, all crisscrossing, padded between with corporations and organizations.
Directories of nonprofits, state and federal agencies that regulate nonprofits.
In fact, such charitable giving became a habit for Ingram, who a decade later founded a family philanthropic foundation to distribute millions of dollars to the needy and to nonprofit organizations.
She pretended like the nonprofit was a tax shelter and she needed the break every April 15, but we all knew it was a lie.