Translation of fundraiser in Spanish:


recaudador de fondos, n.

Pronunciation /ˈfəndˌreɪzər//ˈfʌndreɪzə/


  • 1

    recaudador de fondos masculine
    recaudadora de fondos feminine
    • Charities and fund-raisers have reported a huge outpouring of support as members of the public rally to help those caught up in the devastating Asian earthquake.
    • And yesterday their hard work was celebrated at Harewood House in Leeds at a special event bringing together dogs and their partners, trainers and volunteer fund-raisers.
    • It is an opportunity for fun runners, joggers and charity fund-raisers to rub shoulders with the fast and famous.
    • Sunday's event which is the world's biggest half marathon - proved popular with charity fund-raisers as well as serious runners, and those who were combining collecting cash with a personal challenge.
    • The Catholic Church, for one, brought in fund-raisers.
    • The appeal employs no professional fund-raisers and relies on the generosity and imagination of the public to raise money.
    • A veteran fund-raiser finds it tough going as she seeks her fourth round of financing
    • Both were excellent fund-raisers among the wealthy, and they kept up feminine appearances by favouring Parisian fashions.
    • Commercial fund-raisers used by any charity must be registered with the attorney general.
    • The prodigious fund-raiser was admonished for creating the appearance that he was trading legislative favors for donations.
    • He thanked the Swinford Host Town Committee, all the volunteers, sponsors, fund-raisers and everyone who contributed to the success of the three athletes.
    • For example, few of Europe's impoverished universities employ professional fund-raisers.
    • A hardy crew of charity fund-raisers will be braving the icy waters of Windermere for the annual New Year's Day dip.
    • Congress carved out loopholes for charities, politicians, and their paid fund-raisers.
    • The site says that the party is seeking voluntary fund-raisers, policy workers and strategy tsars, all of which will become ‘senior leadership roles’ in the party.
    • While waiting for their turn to tech, students met with filmmakers, teachers, fund-raisers, and dance writers.
    • Derwent Hall charity fund-raisers are supporting the fund and donations can be made to them on 01254 702259, or at The Grotto on Darwen Market.
    • Yet her fund-raisers and staff have not moved to quell Democrat hopes, preferring that the rumour mill keep on running.
    • The regulations would encourage fund-raisers to make transparent financial reports to the public, he said, which would be drawn up in cooperation with the Ministry of Finance.
    • She's also an able fund-raiser and has spearheaded lucrative campaigns for the United Way and Habitat for Humanity.
  • 2

    función, comida etc para recaudar fondos
    • People also rent the space for everything from fashion shows to fund-raisers for babies in Africa who have AIDS.
    • However, since the event is part of a charity fund-raiser, Kim has taken that part seriously.
    • To raise his profile in the community, Hernandez staged fund-raisers for hospitals and schools in De La Hoya's name and created a youth center for underprivileged kids.
    • Started by a couple at their kitchen table, this company supplies gourmet treats to school and church fund-raisers.
    • For the venture that I'm involved in now, we held a series of fund-raisers six months before we launched the company and raised $50,000 just to get things going.
    • They're the ones who organize rides, training courses, social events, and charity fund-raisers.
    • In the wake of last year's tsunami disaster, for instance, fund-raising was intense, but there have been no accountability reports from the fund-raisers to their donors.
    • A young Stow couple have found a novel way to turn a Christmas clear-out into a charity fund-raiser.
    • Richardson is the de facto head of fundraising for Fianna Fail and organises the key fund-raisers for Ahern's constituency operations.
    • Lately, he has been photographed at fund-raisers with New York socialite Hilary Geary, whom he's dating.
    • Young people across the city are getting involved in everything from looking after local nature reserves to working with elderly people, mentoring younger children, working in charity shops - and doing charity fund-raisers.
    • This was just with a few days of successive fund-raisers.
    • But even the revised measure is riddled with loopholes for charities, businesses, and political fund-raisers.
    • Billingsley has organized a fund-raiser for Kirk and personally given $2,000 to his campaign.
    • He does 3 to 10 fund-raisers at home each year, supporting both regional and national politicians.
    • Patricia will be at the Town House Gallery, Market Street, Lancaster on Saturday from 1pm to 4pm to launch the charity fund-raiser.
    • He has raised millions at fund-raisers and appears in TV ads.
    • Write a check, make a pledge, organize a fund-raiser, but give generously consistently, and repeatedly And do it today.
    • The Better Business Bureau, for example, says fund-raisers should keep their administrative expenses to less than 35 percent of total revenue.
    • Now, using money from a charity fund-raiser, they plan to buy a special crash mat for her to play on, along with steps to help her get into bed.