For the first time in US history, a system was established to fund presidential campaigns with tax dollars.
Her attendance will bring in more parishioners and thus more money to fund church programs.
Groups were created to train young conservatives and fund right-wing campus newspapers.
The facts cry out for the need to fund outsourcing not only to solve crimes, but also to save lives.
House Republicans refuse to concede a "clean CR" to fund the government, but the Democratic Senate will not accept anything else.
Petitions from opposite quarters with regard to the disposition of the fund attest a prevailing interest.
In ten minutes the fund had reached over six hundred dollars.
As is well known, the expenses of the educational department are defrayed from the other half of the income of the fund.
On the other hand, he might have been suspected of hiding a fund of reckless naughtiness.
During the Lancashire cotton famine I lectured several times in aid of the fund.
1660s, from French fond "a bottom, floor, ground" (12c.), also "a merchant's basic stock or capital," from Latin fundus "bottom, foundation, piece of land," from PIE root *bhudh- "bottom, base" (cf. Sanskrit budhnah, Greek pythmen "foundation, bottom," Old English botm "lowest part;" see bottom (n.)). Funds "money at one's disposal" is from 1728. Fund-raiser (also fundraiser) first attested 1957.
1776, from fund (n.). Related: Funded; funding.