nonprofit

[non-prof-it]
adjective
1.
not established for the purpose of making a profit; not entered into for money: a nonprofit institution.
noun
2.
a nonprofit organization, institution, corporation, or other entity.

Origin:
1900–05; non- + profit

nonprofit, not-for-profit.
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nonprofit (nɒnˈprɒfɪt)
 
adj
1.  another word for non-profit-making
 
n
2.  an organization that is not intended to make a profit

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Example sentences
They became teachers or doctors or nurses or professors or lawyers or
  scientists or nonprofit workers.
She works in the nonprofit world for a relatively low-profit salary.
Mounting legal fees have drained the budget of a national food nonprofit whose
  sales have slumped in the past year.
Her offline credits include copy editing full-length books and creating
  marketing copy for nonprofit organizations.
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