The fundraising committee, chaired by Charles Stoddard and including Dr. G.P. Twitchell, Judge F.N. Thompson, Frank P. Forbes, and Walter S. Carson, successfully raised enough money to construct the new facilities (from a book "Baystate Franklin Medical Center")
Lake raised enough money to build a more conventional submarine (from a book "The Submarine Book")
In the two sentences above, which role do 'to infinitive clauses'("to construct the new facilities" in the first and "to build a more conventional submarine" in the second) do grammatically?
- postmodifiers of the noun "money"(in this case, the 'to infinitive clause' is included in the noun phrase headed by 'money')
- adverbial clauses which express 'Purpose'(in this case, the adverbial clause modifies the verb "raised", so 'to infinitive clause' is not included in the noun phrase headed by 'money')
Which is right? I'm so confused.
*Updated - additional question
We raised money to build a water well in Kenya
In this sentence, there is no "enough". In this case, what's the role of 'to infinitive clause'? Is the role in this case different from the role of 'to infinitive clause' related to the sentences which include 'enough'?