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“The prevention or relief of poverty in [insert geographical area of operation] by providing: grants, items and services to individuals in need and/or charities, or other organisations working to prevent or relieve poverty.”
“To relieve poverty [or financial hardship] among refugees, asylum seekers, migrant workers and their dependants living in [insert geographical area] by providing interpreting/translating/advocacy/ health/housing advice and education.”
“The prevention or relief of poverty [or financial hardship] anywhere in the world by providing or assisting in the provision of education, training, healthcare projects and all the necessary support designed to enable individuals to generate a sustainable income and be self-sufficient.”
“To prevent or relieve poverty through undertaking and supporting research into factors that contribute to poverty and the most appropriate ways to mitigate these.”
“To prevent or relieve poverty by awarding a ‘fair trade mark’ to products, the sale of which relieves the poverty of producers by ensuring they receive at least a fair price for their goods and advising such producers of the best ways in which to engage in the trading process.”
“To relieve the poverty of young people by the provision of grants to enable them to participate in healthy recreational activities that they could not otherwise afford.”
Please refer to the publication:The prevention or relief of poverty for the public benefit