Advocates or Advocacy Assembly?


Assume a group of donors are going to be part of an assembly to support (mostly financially) a charity-based college. Which of the following is better:

a. X Advocates Assembly;
b. X Advocacy Assembly.

X is supposed to be the name of charity-based college.

Also, are there any other titles aside from the options above which would be better/more relevant?

  • Keith Bradford

    Senior Member
    English (Midlands UK)
    X Supporters' Group.
    X Donors' Group.
    Friends of X
    (this form is often used in Britain).

    Advocates' Assembly would be grammatically correct, but I don't think it conveys the correct meaning; it sounds like a rule-making association of lawyers.
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