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I am sure this organisation is spending money on good causes.
I am also obliged to the people who raise money , marathons , etc.
But I would like you to find out and tell us the amount of money spent on collecting the funds.
I have contributed as a relative asked me to sponsor .
More recently, I decided to contribute to the welfare of the “low-paid” staff - such as porters.
The local hospital did tell me how to word the covering letter accompanying the cheque.