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    Allocate for/to

    The local council has decided not to allocate funds for the project.
    The local council has decided not to allocate funds to the project.
    What's the differece?
    Thank you for your help and corrections!

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    Re: Allocate for/to

    There's no difference.

    The project's not going to get any money whichever preposition you choose.

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