Benefactor in a sentence

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benefactor;

[noun] a person who helps people or institutions;

An anonymous benefactor has donated over $100,000 to the Children’s Hospital.

I was ashamed of what I had done to my benefactor.

She’s a very generous benefactor. She’s given lots of money to the library and the hospital.

They look up to him as their benefactor.

Beijing pledged $1.2 billion in aid and soft loans. That made China a bigger benefactor to Cambodia than all other countries combined.

They held her in high esteem as their benefactor.

A very generous benefactor came through and contributed nearly $20,000 additional.

I met the school’s benefactor, Ralph Waldo Beeson, and was impressed with his vision for education.

Another significant benefactor was McCarter &; English, whose lawyers gave about $10,000.