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non-profit-making

not yielding a profit, esp because organized or established for some other reason
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Mr Yau first visited the Conservancy Association Centre for Heritage (CACHe), a non-profit-making conservation group located at the Western District Community Centre.
But a report to next Wednesday's meeting of the committee says: "It has not been possible for the developers to secure the transfer of the land to a non-profit-making company, as stated in the legal agreement.
Energie-Cites has urged the Commission over the 2007-2013 period to raise the aid ceiling to 70% for all proposals tabled by non-profit-making organisations and bodies not attached to the national administrations.
Club secretary and coach Linda Smith said: "We are an independent club, run by volunteers on a non-profit-making basis.
Farmer gratitude for this non-profit-making organisation seems to know no bounds.
The move would bring in pounds 70m investment for improvements to homes and services and mean ownership and management of its 6,000 homes would be taken over by a non-profit-making housing organisation.
The Daily Post revealed last month how Jeffrey Ditchfield, from Henllan, Denbigh, proposed to open an Amsterdam-style coffee shop in the West End of the resort and to run it on a non-profit-making basis.
The fishery is recognised as meeting the standards set by the Marine Stewardship Council, an independent non-profit-making body set up in 1986 by the World Wide Fund for Nature and Unilever.
LINX is a non-profit-making organisation owned by over 115 Internet service providers from the UK, the US and continental Europe.
The new owners are likely to be non-profit-making housing associations and tenants' co-operatives.
The Center is a self-supporting, non-profit-making venture.
5 million musical works from around the world, the non-profit-making corporation collects license fees from businesses that use music, which it then distributes as royalties to the musical creators and copyright owners it represents.
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