charity mugger

charity mugger

Someone who approaches people to collect donations or set up standing orders for a charity. The charity muggers in this town are so tenacious, and they make you feel like a horrible person if you don't contribute something!
See also: charity, mugger
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Fundraisers seem to think that the best way to get us to donate is either to get us to do something "crazee" or set the the "chugger" or charity mugger on you.
Well, chugger is a charity mugger ( the kind of geekish guy with split ends, an anorak and a clipboard who nobbles you for a donation to some good cause on Linthorpe Road.
CHORE LAUGHS LITTLE Karen gets the better of a charity mugger in tonight's episode, which also sees Pete and the boys turning their hands to domestic chores.
LITTLE Karen gets the better of a charity mugger in tonight's episode that also sees Pete and the boys turning their hands to domestic chores while Karen and her mum enjoy some quality mother and daughter time together.
They say God helps those who help themselves, and Sophie finds her charity mugger friends at Roof And Refuge helped themselves to her dad's 20 grand.
WE LOVE SITcOm OUtnUmBereD BBc1, 9pm LittLe Karen gets the better of a charity mugger in tonight's episode that also sees Pete and the boys turning their hands to domestic chores while Karen and her mum enjoy some quality mother and daughter time together.
Before last summer, there were up to 42 chuggers - short for charity muggers - targeting passers-by each day and the deal set a limit of 12.
It has emerged that the council was forced to put a public space protection order (PSPO) for the city on hold after a legal threat from the Public Fundraising Association (PFRA) - which represents so-called charity muggers.
2) I haven't got any cash on me - told by terrible people to annoying charity muggers in pubs or by the Queen to everyone.
A maximum of three street fundraisers - commonly referred to as chuggers or charity muggers - will be allowed in Redditch town centre on any one day.
So called chuggers - or charity muggers - are commonplace in town and city centres.
Irritated by self-service checkouts, charity muggers, costly "budget" airlines, constant spam emails and the way they size clothes these days?
But stricter regulations have long been needed to deal with so called chuggers, or charity muggers.
2) I haven''t got any cash on me - told by terrible people to annoying charity muggers in pubs or by the Queen to everyone.
I NOTE with scepticism that Glasgow City Council are banning chuggers - charity muggers - from the big shopping areas.