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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.
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.
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