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good cause

noun [C]
 
 
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
a socially useful organization or activity that is not managed for profit: go to a good cause The money will go to a good cause, a charity which helps disadvantaged youngsters.for a good cause "It's for a good cause," he said of his donation.
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