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sponsor

1. a legislator who presents and supports a bill, motion, etc.
2. 
a. an authorized witness who makes the required promises on behalf of a person to be baptized and thereafter assumes responsibility for his Christian upbringing
b. a person who presents a candidate for confirmation

sponsor

[′spän·sər]
(communications)
The advertiser who pays part or all of the cost of a television or radio program.
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My view is that had the concert gone ahead we would have provided the sponsorship money.
But with the hundreds not handing in their sponsorship money, it means the charity is missing out on possibly up to PS100,000 from the event.
There will be prizes for the top three walkers who have collected the most sponsorship money as well as other awards on the day.
Sarah explained: "It's a really emotional event but it's jubilant as well so I'd encourage everyone who took part to send back the sponsorship money that's desperately needed.
Last year, just under half the women who took part didn't return any sponsorship money.
With added sponsorship money each runner tonight will be guaranteed pounds 40 run money, while race winners will get pounds 100.
Fund organiser Jill Owen said collecting sponsorship money for the benches proved to be an easy task because of the nature of the cause.
They even gave her sponsorship money after she bravely completed the 5k in just over 90 minutes.
John Pickard, who fans know as Dom Reilly, will also be supporting Leonard Cheshire Disability and hopes to match Junade's pounds 1,600 sponsorship money.
There's no sponsorship money coming in and no television deal to generate revenue," said one of the rebels.
And if you raise more than pounds 50 per person or pounds 200 per team, you can have your registration fee reimbursed simply by taking your registration fee out of the sponsorship money before sending it in.
Nearly half the charity fun-runners who took part in a series of major events to raise money for cancer research did not send in their sponsorship money.