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Can "help" be connected with a to-infinitive naturally? I think "help raise money" or "help make the world a better place" is more common than with "to raise" or "to make". Are the two forms equally used?
46) A PSA can do many things. 47) It sometimes helps [ raise / to raise] money for a good cause. 48) It also helps people (to) realize the seriousness of some issues around the world and [ motivate / motivates ] them to . 49) In other words, a PSA can help (to) makethe world a better place.
There have been plenty of other threads on this already. The simple answer that, in most contexts, you can follow "help" with either "to + infinitive" or the bare infinitive.
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