Generally, people who partner for charitable or benevolent purposes do not consider themselves in a legal sense to be partners. The lawsuit details a multi-million dollar charitable tax plan in which the synagogue would receive large amounts of money from donors, but secretly return most of it. Their lack of access to venture capital is well-documented, but it turns out that charitable organizations and foundations that are supposed to help those who need it most also work with their blinders on. By the way, U.S.
charitable giving is up 42 percent during this season of gross materialistic greed and excess. Towards the end of his life, he confined his ministry to charitable institutions, hospitals and prisons, where his sympathetic speeches and conciliatory manners were always effective. American definition and synonyms of charitable from the Macmillan Education online English dictionary. It was charitable to the poor, made large donations to religious societies and rewarded those who wrote praises.