What is another word for Donors?

Pronunciation: [dˈə͡ʊnəz] (IPA)

Donors are individuals, organizations or groups that provide financial or other resources to support a cause or endeavor, such as a charitable organization or research initiative. Synonyms for donors include benefactors, contributors, supporters, patrons, givers, philanthropists, backers, sponsors, investors, and donors-in-kind. Each of these terms carries its own nuanced connotations, but all refer to those who contribute to the betterment of society or a particular organization or cause. From small contributions to large endowments, donors play a vital role in advancing scientific research, promoting social justice, and improving the lives of those in need.

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Usage examples for Donors

The Scribe has forgotten the list and the Donors, and really it is of no value, except as confirmation of the fact that they are still in the possession of the couple, and that none of them was ever exchanged for something else nor will be until the end of time.
"Peter A Novel of Which He is Not the Hero"
F. Hopkinson Smith
For witch the blessin and glory of goodness and praise be with the Donors.
"Anna St. Ives"
Thomas Holcroft
While she did not contribute anonymously to the fund, she let it be distinctly understood that her name was not to be published in any of the lists of Donors, except in a single instance when she gave a thousand-dollars.
"From the Housetops"
George Barr McCutcheon

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